Robert Treat wrote:
On Friday 16 March 2007 10:45, Teodor Sigaev wrote:
I don't see how the proposal is going to solve that type of problem, but
maybe I am overlooking something?
The same way as other system tables objects, they don't dump, they don't
restore. In 8.3, seems, API to index AM will be changed - will anybody
except pghackers see that? New opclass layout, new opfamily table - users
don't that changes at all.


If I have configured my tsearch install for spanish (spanish dictionary/stemmers/synonyms/etc...) aren't I going to lose all that on the next database upgrade?

I believe what teodor meant is that the *tables* won't be dumped as such
by pg_dump (the same as all other tables in pg_catalog). But pg_dump would
of course need to dump the information stored in the tables - it would
put some "CREATE FULLTEXT ... " statements into your dump. Its really
the same as for any other database object like a function, a type, ...

greetings, Florian Pflug



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