Richard Huxton <dev(at)archonet(dot)com> writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> So put forward a worked-out proposal for some other behavior.
> IMHO the time a dump/restore should be issuing ALTER...SET on a database
> is when it has issued the corresponding CREATE DATABASE.
So pg_dump would produce this info when, and only when, you'd used
--create? I agree that it seems sensible in that case, I'm just
wondering if that will cover all the use-cases.
This would mean duplicating some functionality between pg_dump and
pg_dumpall ... or maybe we could move all that logic over to pg_dump and
have pg_dumpall use --create when invoking pg_dump.
regards, tom lane
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