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DB restore fails W2k.

From: "Dan" <danilos(at)home(dot)se>
To: <pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: DB restore fails W2k.
Date: 2005-08-21 21:16:37
Message-ID: 20050821211646.NPNT11566.amsfep12-int.chello.nl@tdb (view raw or flat)
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Hello,

 

We have upgraded our PostgreSQL database version from 7.3.1 (Cygwin) under
Windows 2000 server to v8.03 for windows. 

 

Now we dumped our database (app. size 6 GB) with PgAdmin III with success.
The problem now is that we can't completely restore our database with the
dump file. The restore utility just stops when reaching a certain point in
the dump file.

Please help us, we can't afford loosing our database with several years of
work.

Thanks in advance.

 

/Dan

 

Here is some info on the dump file:

; Archive created at Wed Aug 17 21:09:56 2005

;     dbname: a_db

;     TOC Entries: 43

;     Compression: -1

;     Dump Version: 1.10-0

;     Format: CUSTOM

;     Integer: 4 bytes

;     Offset: 4 bytes

;     Dumped from database version: 7.3.1

;     Dumped by pg_dump version: 8.0.0

 

Error displayed when restoring.

C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\8.0\pgAdmin III\pg_restore.exe -i -h localhost
-p 5432 -U postgres -d a_db -a -t pictures -v "D:\a_db.backup"

pg_restore: connecting to database for restore

pg_restore: restoring data for table " pictures"

pg_restore: [custom archiver] error during file seek: Invalid argument

pg_restore: *** aborted because of error

 

Process returned exit code 1.

 

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