In testing db recovery, I backed up a database using the command:
pg_dump -b -Fc tssd_2000 > tssd_2000.dump
I then dropped the tssd_2000 database.
When trying to restore the database, the -v option seems to show all of the
schema creates and loads, but at the end, the database does not exist. I'm
using the command:
pg_restore -v --clean --create tssd_2000.dump
But nothing was there. I tried to just do a CREATE DATABASE tssd_2000
first, but then I get an error about the database being there already. So I
dropped it again, and tried to just restore the schema with:
pg_restore -v -s tssd_2000.dump
Again, it looks like everything is going okay, but when it's done, there's
no database to be found.
What am I doing wrong?
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