Could my issue be the same problem as this thread?:
The references to "Invalid Argument" caught my eye. That thread
did start from a very different point, though.
>>> "Kevin Grittner" <Kevin(dot)Grittner(at)wicourts(dot)gov> >>>
It appears that the log file is not being written -- I'll start a
separate thread on that issue.
I reran the query. Same error, same relation, different block.
dtr-> SET "userId" = UPPER("userId")
dtr-> WHERE (
dtr(> ("userId" <> UPPER("userId")) AND
dtr(> ("timestampValue" BETWEEN '2005-10-28' AND '2005-11-15'));
ERROR: could not read block 1118215 of relation 1663/16385/16483:
pgsql-admin by date
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