Dave Page wrote:
> pgAdmin just uses pg_dump/pg_restore to handle the heavy lifting.
>>> When I try to restore the backup using PGAdmin III, the log
>>> window begins to fill up. Near the end, when it should say it's
>>> restoring the BLOBS an error message appears stating the BLOBS
>>> couldn't be restored.
This is the original output from pg_restore. pgAdmin will also log the
precise parameters used to restore in the first log line, it might help
to see those.
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