There are several databases I'm trying to dump, but I keep running into
problems. Could someone please tell me what these error messages mean?
(I'm using PostgreSQL 7.0.1).
I'm trying to dump a database with the following command:
pg_dump -d db1 > db1.out
And I'm getting the following error:
dumpClasses(): command failed. Explanation from backend:
'pqReadData() -- backend closed the channel unexpectedly.
This probably means the backedn terminated abnormally
before or while processing the request.'.
With a second database, running the same command, I get an entirely
different error message:
getTables(): SELECT failed. Explanation from backend:
'ERROR: aclitemout: bad ai_type: 39'.
Still, with a third database, all works well and the database structure and
INSERT statements are dumped to the file.
I need to retrieve the data from these two databases ASAP for a client. If
anyone knows the answer and can help, please do so.
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