I have now deleted every temp table I know from pg_temp_nnn using your
approach but still can't dump the schema:
pg_dump: schema with OID 559701082 does not exist
I could'nt find any reference to 559701082 in pg_class, pg_namespace or
Tom Lane wrote:
>=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Dirk_Lutzeb=E4ck?= <lutzeb(at)aeccom(dot)com> writes:
>>Yes, I think so. What search path do you mean? These tables were all
>In that case they're most likely *not* in your search path, unless your
>session happens to have seized on the same pg_temp_nn schema they are
>in (in which case it'd have deleted them, so I guess it didn't).
>I'd suggest joining to pg_namespace to determine which schema(s) they
>are in, and then deleting with the explicit schema, ie, DROP TABLE
>pg_temp_nnn.bm_pagehits_... Note you'll probably need to be superuser
>to do this.
>Or you could just ignore them, because they'll get zapped automatically
>next time the containing pg_temp schema gets reused.
> regards, tom lane
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