Can someone explain me how to repair a table?
If I execute a 'select * from <brokentable>' in PSQL I get the next
error. A pg_dump export only partially export the broken table and
ends with the same error:
"Invalid memory alloc request size: 4294967290"
Note that this number is really close to 2^32.
I am running x86 Linux (Gentoo), with Postgresql 7.4.
This is what I tried to repair the table and all didn't work:
- Turning ZERO_DAMAGED_PAGES to true in postgresql.conf;
- Running REINDEX TABLE <brokentable>, and REINDEX DATABASE <thedb>
- Running VACUUM <brokentable>
This table contains arround 6 million records, and every record only
contains a few text, number and date attributes.
Queries/Exports on other tables works fine.
Is there a Postgresql Repair application which delete or repair
Thanks in advance!
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