On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, Andrei Bintintan wrote:
> I try to dump a database from a 7.4.2 postgre system and to import it on
> a 7.3.2. system, but I have a problem with the sequences in the dump.
In general, the above is not guaranteed to work. pg_dump will use features
of the dumping version so moving the dump to an earlier version is filled
> This is a seq example:
> CREATE SEQUENCE test_id_seq
> INCREMENT BY 1
> NO MAXVALUE
> NO MINVALUE
> CACHE 1;
> This gives me an error when restoring on the 7.3 machine.
Looking at the documentation, it looks like NO MAXVALUE and NO MINVALUE
were added in 7.4.
> I don't know what happened, because last week I also put a dump from 7.4
> to 7.3 without any problems.
> A coelege from me made an application and some modifications in the 7.4
> database system, now I see that in every database there are these tables
> that weren't before: sql_features, sql_implementation_info,
> sql_languages, sql_packages, sql_sizing, sql_sizing_profiles.
I believe these are part of the SQL standard information_schema.
In response to
pgsql-admin by date
|Next:||From: Wim Audenaert||Date: 2004-10-28 09:33:27|
|Subject: PostgreSQL on Windows - Connection problem|
|Previous:||From: Nageshwar Rao||Date: 2004-10-28 06:04:29|
|Subject: Pg_restore is appending the data to existing table|