On 26/07/2010 16:58, Scott Frankel wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is it possible to perform an SQL Dump without using pg_dump?
> I have a special case situation wherein my application has access to a
> remotely-hosted PG (8.3) database, but does not have access to its admin
> tools. (There's a longer backstory here that I'm happy to explain if
> necessary.) I'm looking for an efficient way to dump all the data in the
> DB without having to SELECT * on each table.
I don't think so. Are you in a position to run pg_dump locally to the
application, using the -h parameter to connect to the remote DB? You
really are better off to use pg_dump if you can at all, since it looks
after FK dependencies between tables, permissions, etc.
Raymond O'Donnell :: Galway :: Ireland
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