On Tuesday 19 February 2008 13:12:23 Tom Lane wrote:
> I can't really imagine any reason to choose -Ft, except wanting to do
> post-processing of the dump with command-line tools. -Ft's lack of
> compression and limitations on component size are sufficient reasons
> not to choose it without a specific need to. I think it has some
> other limitations too, but those are two that I recall immediately.
Excellent. Pretty much closes the debate here. Thx Tom
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