I skimmed it in the mailing list, there were some references that
pg_restore is not working within win32 yet.
Question: is this a known - and - workedon - issue?
a) pg_restore -f <filename> ends with "Archiver could not open.." abort
b) when pg_dumping to SQL, psql -f <filename> is able to read the dump
*untill* it get's to one copy -statement to read in data. After that,
the rest of the file is sucked in.... it does not end at the
Skimming the fixes from beta-2 to beta-3 I could not detect any
development besides some translations and some rights-fixes in the main
So: are this bugs known? Is it a "singular happening" Can I provide more
details? I suggest it is of mission critical importance to have the
ability to DUMP and RESTORE a database, isn't it?
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