Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Bruce Momjian writes:
> > I think we should change the "check_function_bodies" to something more
> > general. I like "restore_validation_mode" because it could also be used
> > to disable foreign key checks which we are discussing. An even more
> > general idea would be to have something like "restore_mode", and perhaps
> > could handle cases like allowing a larger sort_mem or other
> > optimizations during restore.
> I also like this approach (independent of whether foreign keys should be
> one of its applications). It gives us more freedom to open and close
> these types of holes when new issues arise or pg_dump improves.
Should we add a variable that is set from the dump filew that identifies
the version of PostgreSQL that generated the dump?
SET dumped_version = 7.3
or something like that. We could test it in the PostgreSQL backend code
in case we have to handle something differently.
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