> I use many bash scripts running on cygwin to support postgres
> administration operations in a Windows 2000 server.
> Unfortunately the pg_dump contained in the cygwin port of Postgres 8 is
> version 8.0.0.beta3 which gives error
> pg_dump: SQL command failed
> pg_dump: Error message from server: ERROR: column "nsptablespace" does not
> pg_dump: The command was: SELECT tableoid, oid, nspname, (select usename
> from pg
> _user where nspowner = usesysid) as usename, nspacl, (SELECT spcname FROM
> lespace t WHERE t.oid = nsptablespace) AS nsptablespace FROM pg_namespace
> As I recall this was an error in pg_dump that is corrected in Postgres
> 8.0.0 release. Will the postgres 8.0.0 release be ported to cygwin and any
> ideas about when?
I have an experimental 8.0.0 version on my site, but I encounter
IPC permissions problems (only related to cygwin).
It works for most installations though.
Point setup to http://xarch.tu-graz.ac.at/publ/cygwin/
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