Tom Lane wrote:
alexander lunyov <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
I want to try new pg_dump to connect to old server, but i can't - old
postgres doesn't listening to network socket.
It won't work anyway: modern versions of pg_dump are only designed to
work with servers back to 7.0. I see from the rest of the thread that
you tried to bludgeon it into submission, but I'd very strongly
recommend that you abandon that approach and use 6.5's pg_dump.
Ok, i already have the dumps made with 6.5 pg_dump, but what should i do
with those errors on AGGREGATEs? Do they really exist in 8.3, so i can
just cut them off from dumps and happily restore dumps without them?
A further suggestion is that you use -d or even -D option on the dump.
I think there have been some corner-case changes in COPY data format
since 6.5 days; which might or might not bite you, but why take the
Thank you, i'll redo dumps with this option just to make sure everything
is fine, but despite errors on AGGREGATEs and some types errors all data
was restored correctly even without -d/-D option. But i'll redo them
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