Simon Riggs <simon(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com> writes: > ... So it would be good if we could dump objects in 3 groups > 1. all commands required to re-create table > 2. data > 3. all commands required to complete table after data load
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BTW, what exactly was the use-case for this? The recent discussions about parallelizing pg_restore make it clear that the all-in-one dump file format still has lots to recommend it. So I'm just wondering what the actual advantage of splitting the dump into multiple files will be. It clearly makes life more complicated; what are we buying?