There is not any data in the new database. I have dropped the database,
created the database and then piped in the backup every time.
On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 8:06 AM, Adrian Klaver <adrian(dot)klaver(at)gmail(dot)com>wrote:
> On Friday, December 30, 2011 7:49:31 am Culley Harrelson wrote:
> > They are just your standard sql errors seen in the output of psql mydb <
> > backup.sql
> > ALTER TABLE
> > ERROR: could not create unique index "ht_user_pkey"
> > DETAIL: Key (user_id)=(653009) is duplicated.
> > There is a unique index on user_id in the 8..4.0 system and, of course,
> > only one record for 653009.
> When doing the pg_dump of the 8.4 database you might want to use the -c
> Output commands to clean (drop) database objects prior to outputting the
> commands for creating them. (Restore might generate some harmless errors.)
> This option is only meaningful for the plain-text format. For the
> formats, you can specify the option when you call pg_restore.
> My suspicion is that there is already data in the tables of the 9.1 server
> previous restore attempts.
> Adrian Klaver
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