Rich Cullingford wrote:
> Well, I was gonna use pg_dumpall to avoid the tedium of individual
> dumps, but (gotcha!) pg_dumpall doesn't accept
> --use-set-session-authorization (tho' it does run pg_dump!).
It supplies that option automatically.
> If I use
> pg_dumpall, will pg_restore (with --use-set-session-authorization) be
> smart enough to ignore the \connect calls in the dump?
pg_dumpall output cannot be restored with pg_restore.
> I would try all this stuff myself, but unfortunately my PG 7.4
> machine isn't available yet, so I'm grasping at straws...
In PG 7.4, --use-set-session-authorization is the default and only
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