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Re: BUG #6127: pg_restore failing: unexpected message type 0x58 during COPY from stdin

From: Greg Johnson <greg(dot)johnson(at)interprose(dot)com>
To: Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us>
Cc: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: BUG #6127: pg_restore failing: unexpected message type 0x58 during COPY from stdin
Date: 2011-07-26 17:56:55
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Just a follow up on this bug. After further checking.. some of the data did
not load, but it was able to continue restoring. (looks like it skipped the
bad records?)

The interesting thing.. after I discovered the missing data. I dumped just
those three tables(form_config, form_field_config, form_big)  using -t  flag
and they loaded in just fine...

Here is what I found in the log file:
LOG:  statement: BEGIN
LOG:  statement:
    TRUNCATE TABLE ONLY form_config;
LOG:  statement: COPY form_field_config (form_field_config_id,
form_config_id, identifier, label, field_type, field_group, required,
display_on_summary, new_line, col_span, field_order, searchable,
fk_form_config_id, fk_label, fk_on_delete_action, primary_key,
form_big_column) FROM stdin;
LOG:  statement: COPY form_field_config_select (form_field_config_select_id,
form_field_config_id, label, value, "position") FROM stdin;
LOG:  statement: COPY form_config (form_config_id, customer_id, identifier,
form_config_type, label, description, icon, location, allow_multiple,
created_by, create_date, last_updated_by, last_updated, view_on_update,
view_on_insert, "position", record_label, converted, text_count,
bigint_count, timestamp_count, real_count, boolean_count) FROM stdin;
ERROR:  unexpected message type 0x58 during COPY from stdin
CONTEXT:  COPY form_field_config, line 1
STATEMENT:  COPY form_field_config (form_field_config_id, form_config_id,
identifier, label, field_type, field_group, required, display_on_summary,
new_line, col_span, field_order, searchable, fk_form_config_id, fk_label,
fk_on_delete_action, primary_key, form_big_column) FROM stdin;
ERROR:  unexpected message type 0x58 during COPY from stdin
CONTEXT:  COPY form_field_config_select, line 1
STATEMENT:  COPY form_field_config_select (form_field_config_select_id,
form_field_config_id, label, value, "position") FROM stdin;
ERROR:  unexpected message type 0x58 during COPY from stdin
CONTEXT:  COPY form_config, line 1
STATEMENT:  COPY form_config (form_config_id, customer_id, identifier,
form_config_type, label, description, icon, location, allow_multiple,
created_by, create_date, last_updated_by, last_updated, view_on_update,
view_on_insert, "position", record_label, converted, text_count,
bigint_count, timestamp_count, real_count, boolean_count) FROM stdin;
LOG:  could not send data to client: Broken pipe
STATEMENT:  COPY form_field_config_select (form_field_config_select_id,
form_field_config_id, label, value, "position") FROM stdin;
LOG:  could not send data to client: Broken pipe
STATEMENT:  COPY form_field_config (form_field_config_id, form_config_id,
identifier, label, field_type, field_group, required, display_on_summary,
new_line, col_span, field_order, searchable, fk_form_config_id, fk_label,
fk_on_delete_action, primary_key, form_big_column) FROM stdin;
LOG:  could not send data to client: Broken pipe
STATEMENT:  COPY form_config (form_config_id, customer_id, identifier,
form_config_type, label, description, icon, location, allow_multiple,
created_by, create_date, last_updated_by, last_updated, view_on_update,
view_on_insert, "position", record_label, converted, text_count,
bigint_count, timestamp_count, real_count, boolean_count) FROM stdin;
LOG:  unexpected EOF on client connection
LOG:  unexpected EOF on client connection
LOG:  unexpected EOF on client connection
LOG:  checkpoint starting: time
LOG:  checkpoint complete: wrote 208 buffers (0.1%); 0 transaction log
file(s) added, 0 removed, 0 recycled; write=41.602 s, sync=0.542 s,
total=42.273 s
ERROR:  unexpected message type 0x58 during COPY from stdin
CONTEXT:  COPY form_big, line 11102095
STATEMENT:  COPY form_big (form_big_id, customer_id, client_id, debt_id,
debt_trans_id, created_by, create_date, last_update, last_updated_by,
text0000, text0001, text0002, text0003, text0004, text0005, text0006,
text0007, text0008, text0009, text0010, text0011, text0012, text0013,
text0014, text0015, text0016, text0017, text0018, text0019, text0020,
text0021, text0022, text0023, text0024, text0025, text0026, text0027,
text0028, text0029, text0030, text0031, text0032, text0033, text0034,
text0035, text0036, text0037, text0038, text0039, text0040, text0041,
text0042, text0043, text0044, text0045, text0046, text0047, text0048,
text0049, text0050, text0051, text0052, text0053, text0054, text0055,
text0056, text0057, text0058, text0059, text0060, text0061, text0062,
text0063, text0064, text0065, text0066, text0067, text0068, text0069,
text0070, text0071, text0072, text0073, text0074, text0075, text0076,
text0077, text0078, text0079, text0080, text0081, text0082, text0083,
text0084, text0085, text0086, text0087, text0088, text0089, text0090,
text0091, text0092, text0093, text0094, text0095, text0096, text0097,
text0098, text0099, text0100, text0101, text0102, text0103, text0104,
text0105, text0106, text0107, text0108, text0109, text0110, text0111,
text0112, text0113, text0114, text0115, text0116, text0117, text0118,
text0119, text0120, text0121, text0122, text0123, text0124, text0125,
text0126, text0127, bigint0000, bigint0001, bigint0002, bigint0003,
bigint0004, bigint0005, bigint0006, bigint0007, bigint0008, bigint0009,
bigint0010, bigint0011, bigint0012, bigint0013, bigint0014, bigint0015,
bigint0016, bigint0017, bigint0018, bigint0019, bigint0020, bigint0021,
bigint0022, bigint0023, bigint0024, bigint0025, bigint0026, bigint0027,
bigint0028, bigint0029, bigint0030, bigint0031, bigint0032, bigint0033,
bigint0034, bigint0035, bigint0036, bigint0037, bigint0038, bigint0039,
bigint0040, bigint0041, bigint0042, bigint0043, bigint0044, bigint0045,
bigint0046, bigint0047, bigint0048, bigint0049, bigint0050, bigint0051,
bigint0052, bigint0053, bigint0054, bigint0055, bigint0056, bigint0057,
bigint0058, bigint0059, bigint0060, bigint0061, bigint0062, bigint0063,
bigint0064, bigint0065, bigint0066, bigint0067, bigint0068, bigint0069,
bigint0070, bigint0071, bigint0072, bigint0073, bigint0074, bigint0075,
bigint0076, bigint0077, bigint0078, bigint0079, bigint0080, bigint0081,
bigint0082, bigint0083, bigint0084, bigint0085, bigint0086, bigint0087,
bigint0088, bigint0089, bigint0090, bigint0091, bigint0092, bigint0093,
bigint0094, bigint0095, bigint0096, bigint0097, bigint0098, bigint0099,
bigint0100, bigint0101, bigint0102, bigint0103, bigint0104, bigint0105,
bigint0106, bigint0107, bigint0108, bigint0109, bigint0110, bigint0111,
bigint0112, bigint0113, bigint0114, bigint0115, bigint0116, bigint0117,
bigint0118, bigint0119, bigint0120, bigint0121, bigint0122, bigint0123,
bigint0124, bigint0125, bigint0126, bigint0127, timestamp0000,
timestamp0001, timestamp0002, timestamp0003, timestamp0004, timestamp0005,
timestamp0006, timestamp0007, timestamp0008, timestamp0009, timestamp0010,
timestamp0011, timestamp0012, timestamp0013, timestamp0014, timestamp0015,
timestamp0016, timestamp0017, timestamp0018, timestamp0019, timestamp0020,
timestamp0021, timestamp0022, timestamp0023, timestamp0024, timestamp0025,
timestamp0026, timestamp0027, timestamp0028, timestamp0029, timestamp0030,
timestamp0031, timestamp0032, timestamp0033, timestamp0034, timestamp0035,
timestamp0036, timestamp0037, timestamp0038, timestamp0039, timestamp0040,
timestamp0041, timestamp0042, timestamp0043, timestamp0044, timestamp0045,
timestamp0046, timestamp0047, timestamp0048, timestamp0049, timestamp0050,
timestamp0051, timestamp0052, timestamp0053, timestamp0054, timestamp0055,
timestamp0056, timestamp0057, timestamp0058, timestamp0059, timestamp0060,
timestamp0061, timestamp0062, timestamp0063, timestamp0064, timestamp0065,
timestamp0066, timestamp0067, timestamp0068, timestamp0069, timestamp0070,
timestamp0071, timestamp0072, timestamp0073, timestamp0074, timestamp0075,
timestamp0076, timestamp0077, timestamp0078, timestamp0079, timestamp0080,
timestamp0081, timestamp0082, timestamp0083, timestamp0084, timestamp0085,
timestamp0086, timestamp0087, timestamp0088, timestamp0089, timestamp0090,
timestamp0091, timestamp0092, timestamp0093, timestamp0094, timestamp0095,
timestamp0096, timestamp0097, timestamp0098, timestamp0099, timestamp0100,
timestamp0101, timestamp0102, timestamp0103, timestamp0104, timestamp0105,
timestamp0106, timestamp0107, timestamp0108, timestamp0109, timestamp0110,
timestamp0111, timestamp0112, timestamp0113, timestamp0114, timestamp0115,
timestamp0116, timestamp0117, timestamp0118, timestamp0119, timestamp0120,
timestamp0121, timestamp0122, timestamp0123, timestamp0124, timestamp0125,
timestamp0126, timestamp0127, real0000, real0001, real0002, real0003,
real0004, real0005, real0006, real0007, real0008, real0009, real0010,
real0011, real0012, real0013, real0014, real0015, real0016, real0017,
real0018, real0019, real0020, real0021, real0022, real0023, real0024,
real0025, real0026, real0027, real0028, real0029, real0030, real0031,
real0032, real0033, real0034, real0035, real0036, real0037, real0038,
real0039, real0040, real0041, real0042, real0043, real0044, real0045,
real0046, real0047, real0048, real0049, real0050, real0051, real0052,
real0053, real0054, real0055, real0056, real0057, real0058, real0059,
real0060, real0061, real0062, real0063, real0064, real0065, real0066,
real0067, real0068, real0069, real0070, real0071, real0072, real0073,
real0074, real0075, real0076, real0077, real0078, real0079, real0080,
real0081, real0082, real0083, real0084, real0085, real0086, real0087,
real0088, real0089, real0090, real0091, real0092, real0093, real0094,
real0095, real0096, real0097, real0098, real0099, real0100, real0101,
real0102, real0103, real0104, real0105, real0106, real0107, real0108,
real0109, real0110, real0111, real0112, real0113, real0114, real0115,
real0116, real0117, real0118, real0119, real0120, real0121, real0122,
real0123, real0124, real0125, real0126, real0127, boolean0000, boolean0001,
boolean0002, boolean0003, boolean0004, boolean0005, boolean0006,
boolean0007, boolean0008, boolean0009, boolean0010, boolean0011,
boolean0012, boolean0013, boolean0014, boolean0015, boolean0016,
boolean0017, boolean0018, boolean0019, boolean0020, boolean0021,
boolean0022, boolean0023, boolean0024, boolean0025, boolean0026,
boolean0027, boolean0028, boolean0029, boolean0030, boolean0031,
boolean0032, boolean0033, boolean0034, boolean0035, boolean0036,
boolean0037, boolean0038, boolean0039, boolean0040, boolean0041,
boolean0042, boolean0043, boolean0044, boolean0045, boolean0046,
boolean0047, boolean0048, boolean0049, boolean0050, boolean0051,
boolean0052, boolean0053, boolean0054, boolean0055, boolean0056,
boolean0057, boolean0058, boolean0059, boolean0060, boolean0061,
boolean0062, boolean0063, boolean0064, boolean0065, boolean0066,
boolean0067, boolean0068, boolean0069, boolean0070, boolean0071,
boolean0072, boolean0073, boolean0074, boolean0075, boolean0076,
boolean0077, boolean0078, boolean0079, boolean0080, boolean0081,
boolean0082, boolean0083, boolean0084, boolean0085, boolean0086,
boolean0087, boolean0088, boolean0089, boolean0090, boolean0091,
boolean0092, boolean0093, boolean0094, boolean0095, boolean0096,
boolean0097, boolean0098, boolean0099, boolean0100, boolean0101,
boolean0102, boolean0103, boolean0104, boolean0105, boolean0106,
boolean0107, boolean0108, boolean0109, boolean0110, boolean0111,
boolean0112, boolean0113, boolean0114, boolean0115, boolean0116,
boolean0117, boolean0118, boolean0119, boolean0120, boolean0121,
boolean0122, boolean0123, boolean0124, boolean0125, boolean0126,
boolean0127, form_config_id) FROM stdin;


On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 2:10 PM, Greg Johnson
<greg(dot)johnson(at)interprose(dot)com>wrote:

> I tried it both ways..
>
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 2:10 PM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> > Greg Johnson <greg(dot)johnson(at)interprose(dot)com> writes:
> >> Interesting.. I was able to pg_restore -f to a file... and then psql -f
>  the
> >> resulting file. and it loaded just fine.. the down side to this method
> is I
> >> cannot use the parallel load function (and the extra time). but I am
> glad
> >> that I got the data loaded. Let me know if there is any other info I get
> >> you.
> >
> > Parallel restore?  You didn't mention using parallel restore before.
> > Were the failed pg_restore runs using parallelism?
> >
> >                        regards, tom lane
> >
>
>
>
> --
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Greg Johnson
> The InterProse Corporation
> Software Developer
> Phone: (360) 604-3531 x225
> Fax: (360) 604-3579
>



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Phone: (360) 604-3531 x225
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