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Re: pg_dump and pg_restore in batch scripts

From: Johan Paul Glutting <jpglutting(at)vqp(dot)udl(dot)es>
To: Tim Penhey <tim(at)penhey(dot)net>
Cc: pgsql-hackers-win32(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pg_dump and pg_restore in batch scripts
Date: 2004-08-30 06:07:48
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Um, sorry about that post. I understood that pg_restore was not working, 
but I have been able to use it. I needed to dump and restore as a .tar 
file (the raw dump didn't seem to work - but that may just be because I 
didn't understand the man page ...)

-F t  is the switch for setting the archive type to .tar for restoring.

Good luck.

En/na Tim Penhey ha escrit:

> Johan Paul Glutting wrote:
>> I don't think pg_restore is working in this Beta version of 
>> PostgreSQL. At least, that is my understanding, from a post a few 
>> weeks ago.
>> pg_restore does not work for me, although pg_dump seems to be 
>> functional.
>> You can edit your your pg_hba.conf file to set different types of 
>> authentication ("trust", or "ïdent")
>> Cheers,
>> JP
> Aah... that will explain why I am having problems with the restoring 
> of the database ;-)
> Thanks for the link on authentication, that looks like it might solve 
> the problem.
> Tim
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