Bigger measured by looking at the previous size of the database - that was 34 megabytes and the restored was 800 megabytes. What I noticed was some of my table had triple the amount of rows in contrast to the old database. :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Bax" <fbax(at)sympatico(dot)ca>
Sent: Wed, 11/10/2010 2:41pm
To: "PostgreSQL List - Novice" <pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: [NOVICE] Restaring a dumped database
How did you measure "bigger"?
Mohlomi Moloi wrote:
> Thanks for the help Frank!! However I'm now faced with a question - Why my database after the restore worked, all of a sudden grew bigger.
> Mohlomi Moloi
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Frank Bax" <fbax(at)sympatico(dot)ca>
> Sent: Mon, 11/8/2010 2:19pm
> To: "PostgreSQL List - Novice" <pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org>
> Subject: Re: [NOVICE] Restaring a dumped database
> Mohlomi Moloi wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I’ve used the following script for my dump; pg_dump -h 127.0.0.1 -p 5432
>> -U mohlomi -F p teleform > "teleform_Backup.dump" – and it worked fine.
>> After my dump, I dropped the database teleform - My nightmare starts
>> when I try to restore and I get error massages that the database dropped
>> already exist etc...
>> I used the script psql -h 127.0.0.1 -p 5432 -U mohlomi -d teleform <
>> "teleform_Backup.dump" for restoring the database.
>> Funny enough the above scripts works at a table level!!!
>> Any assistance will be welcomed.
> If you are trying to restore over an existing database; then you should
> 1) use -c option on pg_dump.
> 2) manually drop all tables, indexes and database.
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