At 03:07 PM 3/29/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Dave Perkins <drp(at)shore(dot)net> writes:
> > Thanks for the prompt reply. I did find tables when running the SELECT
> > suggested above and also found an entry in pg_shadow that matches relowner
> > for those tables.
>If you see entries in pg_class then I'm confused about what your problem
>really is. Please define "missing data" exactly: what commands have you
>issued, what result did you get, what result did you expect to get?
>Which tables are affected?
> regards, tom lane
Thanks for your time and patience . . . The only entries I see in the
pg_class table are relnames with the 'pg_' prefix. They all have a
relowner (40) that matches the only record listed in the pg_shadow
table. The fact that the database in question does not have a
corresponding entry in the pg_database seems to be most revealing if only I
understood what it is revealing . . . The one other piece of evidence I
have is the "Couldn't find any tables!" error message when executing the
\dt command, yet when I run a select * for a relation that use to exist, it
gives an acurate listing of field names, but no records (ie. missing data).
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