> > My tests suggest that a feature of pg_restore is that it is only
> > expected to work with its own server. Indeed, it generates some new
> > syntax, such as $$ quoting, which is not compatible with older servers.
> > This fact does not seem to appear in the documentation.
> Wrong. It does appear in the documentation, and it can also be disabled.
> http://developer.postgresql.org/docs/postgres/app-pgdump.html says:
I looked briefly at *pg_restore* documentation, as I was interested in
pg_restore. But the logic is just mine;-)
Well, it means that you must decide a dump time if you may have to restore
in an older version. I can guess why it eased the implementation, but it
does not look good.
Fabien Coelho - coelho(at)cri(dot)ensmp(dot)fr
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