On Mon, 16 Apr 2007, Tom Lane wrote:

Larry Rosenman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
When I try and RESTORE a pg_dump in the current state, we get errors because
the public schema is owned by postgres, and the grant commands are issued
as the user (since I'm restoring as the purported owner.

That's a different issue entirely, which is that if you want to restore
a dump containing objects of multiple ownerships, you need to be
superuser; else you can't "give away" the ownership.

I guess the issue is that I'd expect public to be owned by the DB Owner after
a CREATE DATABASE foo OWNER bar, which would then quiet up the pg_restore
since that is the error we get on the public schema.

I've remedy'ed the issue with a ALTER SCHEMA, but I think PG ought to do that.


                        regards, tom lane

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