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Backup of large objects

From: Srinivasa R Chava <s(dot)chava(at)wcom(dot)com>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Cc: Jeffrey R Allegrezza <jeff(dot)allegrezza(at)wcom(dot)com>
Subject: Backup of large objects
Date: 2001-07-12 14:46:28
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Hi, 
 we are going to use postgresql and we  have some doubts about it
. 
1) How to backup Large objects, because pg_dump will not backup
the large 
objects. Can anybody help with some examples. 

2)How big is the database that postgresql can support? 

3)How to change the size and datatype of   a column in a table.
Because, no where in the documentation it is mentioned.

4) Up to which point can  the data be  restored? Is it upto the
point of 
backup taken or upto the point of system crash? 

5) How many connection does it support at a time?


Thanks, 
chava 
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