I've been doing a heck of a lot of createdb and destroydb 'ing of
All of a sudden... When I destroy my database, and recreate it... It
still retains some of the tables, indexes and sequences.....
Even when I drop the tables, destroy the db, and recreate the db...
Those specific tables, indexes and sequences are recreated with the
database... Along with the data within those tables.
I could only assume that destroydb is not successfully removing the
appropriate files from the system....
Where should I look for these files so that I can manually remove them?
(or is this a very bad idea?)
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