hubert depesz lubaczewski <depesz(at)depesz(dot)com> writes:
> I have weird situation.
> pg 9.1.2, compilet by our own script from source, on 10+ machines.
> on fours machines, pg_dump -s <database_name> - dumps with data!:
> postgres(at)machine:~$ pg_dump --verbose --schema-only dbname > q
> pg_dump: creating TABLE x1
> pg_dump: restoring data for table "x2"
> pg_dump: dumping contents of table x2
> pg_dump: restoring data for table "x3"
> pg_dump: dumping contents of table x3
> What could be wrong?
Do the command lines actually look exactly like that?
Some platforms are forgiving about violation of the switch-then-argument
order (ie, putting switches after the database name) and some are not.
I seem to recall that Solaris is particularly strange about this,
so what platform(s) are we talking about anyway?
regards, tom lane
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