On Sat, Sep 15, 2012 at 11:40:06AM +0800, Rural Hunter wrote:
> >>>The check is to make sure that once we have created all the user schema
> >>>details in the new cluster, that there are the same number of objects in
> >>>the new and old databases.
> >>>Obviously there are a different number in your case here, but I don't
> >>>know why those would be different, and in fact, because we have never
> >>>hit this, there isn't even any debug output that shows the source of the
> >>>If I send you a patch can you compile it and send back the debug output
> >>>it produces?
> >>Yes sure, I will try to compile and retest with it.
> >Actually, I have a simpler idea. At the point where it fails, you can
> >run pg_dump --schema-only on the testdb database in the old and new
> >cluster and then diff those output files and email the result to us; it
> >should show the mismatch. I am not sure if the dumps will output the
> >objects in the same order, it might.
> diff attached.
OK, I see many new ALTER TABLE commands, but nothing that would cause a
difference in relation count.
Attached is a patch that will return the OID of the old/new mismatched
entries. Please research the pg_class objects on the old/new clusters
that have the mismatch and let me know. It might be something that
isn't in the old cluster, or not in the new cluster.
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
+ It's impossible for everything to be true. +
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