Philip Rhoades <phil(at)pricom(dot)com(dot)au> writes:
> On 2012-02-02 02:52, Tom Lane wrote:
>> Anyway the solution is to connect to template1 and drop any cruft
>> that's lying around in it.
> I haven't done any manual messing around with template1 as far as I
> know . .
Well, the behavior you describe indicates pretty strongly that there are
some non-factory-standard objects in template1. If the database is a
few years old, that's not exactly hard to believe --- all it takes is
one time having connected to the wrong place and created some stuff.
Just go have a look and get rid of what you find ...
regards, tom lane
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