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Re: Moving a database AND changing the superuser

From: Marek Florianczyk <franki(at)tpi(dot)pl>
To: Rich Cullingford <rculling(at)sysd(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Moving a database AND changing the superuser
Date: 2003-12-15 15:56:24
Message-ID: 1071503784.1315.135.camel@franki-laptop.tpi.pl (view raw or flat)
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W liƛcie z pon, 15-12-2003, godz. 16:30, Rich Cullingford pisze: 
> All,
> I did a pg_dumpall in preparation for moving one of our databases from 
> PG7.3 to PG7.4, but I just realized I have another problem: that DB 
> (which has served us faithfully for some time) was created for superuser 
> 'postgres,' whilst our new DBs use a superuser name that's aligned with 
> our product. I'm expecting conflicts when I try to restore the data into 
> a 'new' DB. Am I right, and if so, what can I do? (I know I could just 
> try it, but the old database machine will be disappearing soon, and if I 
> need to do a different kind of dump -- per DB, for example -- I need to 
> know that soonest.)

Well can't you just change all appearance of 'postgres' word to some
other eg.
cat dump.sql|sed -e 's/postgres/new_admin/g' > new_dump.sql

of course you must check first if word 'postgres' is used in any other
context, and maybe do some correction by hand.

greetings
Marek


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