On 10/31/07, Jessica Richard <rjessil(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> I am trying to drop a user but it complained with the following message:
> ERROR: role "joe" cannot be dropped because some objects depend on it
> DETAIL: 1 objects in database Jan_test
> 1 objects in database Jan
> this user does not own any tables in those two databases. Is there any
> command I can use to check all the dependencies on this user?
What version of pgsql are you running? In 8.2 I get a more useful
error message for a table that is owned by a user, i.e.:
ERROR: role ... cannot be dropped ...
DETAIL: owner of table <tablename>
Have you looked in the logs to see if something like that shows up in them?
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