On Tue, Feb 19, 2008 at 12:59:55PM -0500, Douglas J Hunley wrote:
> I seemed to have walked into a "spirited" debate at work today, so I'm turning
> to the authorities to get it resolved. Why would one choose -Ft over -Fc (or
> vice-versa) when doing pg_dump? Is there truly any difference of note
> (outside the formats themselves)?
My rule is "never use -Ft". I've tripped over various bugs over the years.
Indeed, I just had another example of one (from 7.4, mind) the other day.
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