* Terry Schmitt (tschmitt(at)schmittworks(dot)com) wrote:
> So far, executing pg_dumpall
> seems to be fairly reliable for finding the corrupt objects after my
> initial data load, but unfortunately much of the corruption has been with
> indexes which pgdump will not expose.
Shouldn't be too hard to write a script that'll do a query against each
table using an ORDER BY that matches each index, at least for 'simple'
indexes, which'll typically cause an in-order index traversal.
Just a thought.
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