Sorry, I forgot to say I am using version 8.2.6.
I already removed option -n and left only -s (sincer there are no
other user schemas in the db) and I get the same error.
However when I removed the -c option it worked fine!
And also when using a formatted dump it works ok (even with -c option)
pg_dump -c -s -Ft -f backups/schema.tar syslog
On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 6:07 PM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> "=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Laura_Del_Ca=F1o?=" <ldelcano(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
>> I am issuing the following command:
>> pg_dump -c -o -s -n distributed -f backups/schema.sql syslog
>> which apparently works fine. It is only when I tried to restore it in
>> a fresh created database using:
>> psql syslog < backups/schema.sql
>> that I get lots of errors saying objects do not exist.
>> Having a look at the schema.sql file I see the following:
>> SET search_path = distributed, pg_catalog;
>> CREATE SCHEMA distributed;
> Is that SET located before/during the sequence of DROPs issued due to -c ?
> I think this is a known bug in the behavior of -c. It was fixed before
> 8.3 release but doesn't seem to have been back-patched into any older
> Simplest workaround with older pg_dumps might be to avoid -c and
> just do a manual "DROP SCHEMA distributed CASCADE" before restoring
> the dump.
> regards, tom lane
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