Andreas Pflug wrote:
> Daniel Whitter wrote:
>> I've posted this mail to the postgresql general mailing list.
>> For those of you who don't read it:
>> I'm new to postgresql and during testing for a script I've found some
>> curious things.
>> If I do the following things a bad dump will be created that can't be
>> restored (using pgadmin3, pg_dump and pg_restore or psql).
>> There's also a issue that pgadmin crash.
>> In pgadmin3 do
>> 1) Create a new db ('test_dump')
>> 2) Create a new schema ('test_dump')
>> 3) From schema 'pg_catalog' copy the lines from
>> CREATE OPERATOR <(... for <(abstime,abstime), <=(abstime,abstime),
>> =(abstime,abstime), >(abstime,abstime), >=(abstime,abstime)
>> and paste it in the query window. Write the schema name 'test_dump.'
>> before the operator sign and execute the query.
>> I've done this once for each operator.
>> 4) Then copy the lines for operator class 'abstime_ops(btree)'
>> from schema 'pg_catalog' and paste it in the query window.
>> Write the schema name 'test_dump.' before the class and remove the
>> 'default'. Then execute the query.
>> If you click on the created operator class in schema 'test_dump'
>> you'll get a error message box or on windows pgAdmin will crash.
> The error message and the OS you're running on would be required to
> take any action on this, and the complete query would be nice too.
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OS: WinXP (sp2)
On Windows pgadmin crash without a error message if you click on the
On linux you'll get only a error message without a crash. I do not
remember the message (have no postgresql server on this machine).
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