> You need to set $PGDATA before running the script. And psql,pg_ctl and
> pg_resetxlog need to be in $PATH. After running the script, restart
> postmaster and run "SELECT * FROM t2". There should be one row in the
> table, but it's empty.

I've tried this script, and superisingly  found that T2 is not empty, just 
as it should be.
Then I see how cluster is done, and found that

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