In article <60zmoxblq0(dot)fsf(at)dba2(dot)int(dot)libertyrms(dot)com>,
Chris Browne <cbbrowne(at)acm(dot)org> writes:
> A usual reason why I would want to dump everything except for a few
> tables is that those few tables are particularly enormous and
> particularly useless (at least, for the purposes of my dump).
> In that case, the LAST thing I want to do is to make extra copies of
> the *useless* tables.
As long as we don't have "pg_dump -X" (or something like that) you
could put the tables you don't want to dump into another schema.
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