"Colin Stearman" <cstearman(at)infofind(dot)com> writes:
> 1. Large objects dumped, deleted then restored do not retain their original=
> OIDs. Big problem as we reference their OIDs in tables.
They're not supposed to (indeed cannot). pg_restore is supposed to arrange
for references to large-object OIDs to be updated to the new values,
however. I believe it looks in columns of types OID and LO --- if you
stored your references in plain int columns, that was a mistake.
If you're using the -o option simply because you think you need it for
blobs, you don't need it.
> 2. The pg_restore command --list indicated no Blobs in the dump file even w=
> hen there are. For example:
> 75; 0 BLOBS BLOBS=20
Looks like you have blobs to me: that entry wouldn't even be there,
regards, tom lane
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