=?ISO-8859-1?Q?M=E1rio_Gamito?= <gamito(at)netual(dot)pt> writes:
> Meanwhile, i guess i've screwed up :( and erased two files with 0 bytes,
> something like 0000000000000001, i can't remember quite well.
That was a bad move. Start over, and next time don't assume that you
can remove random pieces of the database without consequence.
(You could possibly try pg_resetxlog, but given that you were having
problems before you did that, I wouldn't care to assume that you'll get
a consistent database that way.)
regards, tom lane
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