Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> writes:
> Tilmann Singer wrote:
>> However, all of the sequences were at the initial values and not
>> bumped up to the last used value as I would have expected. The first
>> nextval call on any sequence in the migrated 8.4 database always
>> returned 1.
> Wow, that is also surprising. I am going to have to run some tests to
> find the cause, but it certainly is not intended.
Looks like pg_migrator neglects to include relkind 'S' in the set of
tables that it needs to physically migrate.
regards, tom lane
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