I didn't do anything specific to load those functions into template1.
I was under the impression that that particular debugger wasn't
supposed to be on by default on windows - and that it was an installer
oversight - and that you may turn it off by default for future builds
of the windows installer.
But that seems to lead the pg_restore function to report errors -
which would certainly scare my users.
Perhaps I didn't disable it properly.
If your not concerned about it, I won't be either. I'll just stop
turning off that debug flag.
I guess it's all a moot point if no changes were planned to the
windows installer WRT that debug setting.
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 11:05 AM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> "Dan Armbrust" <daniel(dot)armbrust(dot)list(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> > If I disable that debugger library in the config file, create a
> > database, backup the database, and then restore the database, I get
> > many errors - all similar to the one I posted before.
> Perhaps you've got those functions loaded into template1?
> > Are you saying they are really just warnings?
> Well, they're errors in the sense that those functions didn't get
> restored. But if you're trying to remove the plpgsql debugger,
> I think that's what you want.
> regards, tom lane
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