I suppose pgdump_all creates a SQL script
that is capable of recreating the entire database
except for large_objects.
However pgdump_all produces one single large
SQL files and is not useful(easy) if one has to restore
a particular table.
For this reason we backup our databases individually
using custom format and use pg_restore to restore
individual objects as when required.
My doubt is are the individual database backup files
created through -Fc options along with an SQL file
created using "pgdump_all -g " sufficient to recreate
the entire database ?
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