Thomas Kellerer wrote:
> Bruce Momjian, 06.10.2011 02:15:
> >> I now got the same error (alas with a different relation id) while
> >> migrating a completely different data directory.
> >> Anything I can do to help find the reason for this problem (or bug?)
> >> Unfortuantely the data contains some confidential information so I
> >> cannot make it available.
> > This bug was fixed just after 9.1.1 was released. The bug is that
> > Windows doesn't properly pass the right flags for the oid set functions
> > to operate. If you can compile the git 9.1.X current, the fix is in
> > there; the fix will be in 9.1.2.
> Thanks for the feedback.
> As those were only development databases, it was no big deal to do the migration "the old way" ;)
> Again I'm impressed by the speed how things are fixed in Postgres!
Actually, this was one of our slow ones. :-)
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
+ It's impossible for everything to be true. +
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