Arnd Hannemann <arnd(dot)hannemann(at)credativ(dot)de> writes:
> if pg_restore is used with -jN it fails if the dump has comments on indices.
Reproduced here, thanks for the report!
> The problem seems to be a false assumption in pg_backup_archiver.c:
> Comments are in SECTION_NONE so they get restored here regardless of dependencies, which is obviously wrong
Yeah, that seems to need a bit more thought. It's intentional that
comments that are in the PRE_DATA area get restored immediately, so as
not to eat all the overhead of a worker subprocess for them. But we
can't do it that way for comments intermixed with POST_DATA items.
I think the simplest fix is to allow this loop to process SECTION_NONE
items only as long as it hasn't skipped any prior items.
regards, tom lane
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