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I saw a table that wasn't there

From: "Tom(dot)Bakken" <Tom(dot)Bakken(at)tx(dot)usda(dot)gov>
To: Postgres User Group <pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: I saw a table that wasn't there
Date: 2001-05-04 13:12:52
Message-ID: 3AF2AAD4.68279CDF@tx.usda.gov (view raw or flat)
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My problem reminds me of the poem "I saw a man who wasn't there".

I created a table some time ago.  When I try to drop it it says "no such
file or directory".  When I run vacuum or copy out it also says it isn't
there.  However, when I try to create a table with the same name it says
the table already exists.

I'm running Postgres 6.5.2 on Red Hat LINUX 6.1.

I'm learning as I go along, but this is not making it easy.

I saw the table again today.
I really wish it'd go away.

--
Tom Bakken

Email: tom(dot)bakken(at)tx(dot)usda(dot)gov



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