I'm running a large database ( data dir is ~9gigs ) on Fedora Core 2 with
When using the -Fc dump method + pg_restore, I get:
-bash-2.05b$ pg_restore -Fc -d foo -L backup.list
pg_restore: ERROR: invalid input syntax for type timestamp: "52.233334"
CONTEXT: COPY foo_data, line 42529, column mod_date: "52.233334"
pg_restore: [archiver (db)] error returned by PQendcopy
When using pg_dump + psql:
I get a similar error. In one table that has
about 5.4 million rows, the dump has several incomplete rows in the large
block of copy data. It seems to attempt to fill the copy with data from
the *next* line.
ERROR: invalid input syntax for type timestamp: "4"
CONTEXT: COPY foo_data, line 169371, column mod_date: "4"
going to 169371 lines after the start of the copy, indeed there is a short
row (by two), and two fields in on the *next* line is indeed a "4"
Both seem to have the same problem - incomplete COPY row data. any ideas?
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