Murthy Nunna <mnu...@fnal.gov> writes:
> OMG, I think you nailed this... I know what I did. I cut/pasted the
> command from an e-mail... I have seen this issue before with stuff not
Oh! I suggest you lose that habit ASAP before ever issuing another
command to anything :-)
> related to postgres. But then those commands failed in syntax error
> and then you know what you did wrong.
> Similarly, I expect pg_upgrade to throw an error if it finds something it
> doesn't understand instead of ignoring and causing damage. Don't you agree?
Well, pg_upgrade might never have seen your $silly-dash since possibly
your shell or terminal driver swallowed it.
> Thanks for pointing that out. I will redo my upgrade.
> -r -v -k -c --- good flags no utf8
> -r -v -k –c --- bad flags....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jerry Sievers [mailto:gsiever...@comcast.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 6:24 PM
> To: Murthy Nunna <mnu...@fnal.gov>
> Cc: Adrian Klaver <adrian.kla...@aklaver.com>;
> pgsql-gene...@lists.postgresql.org; pgsql-ad...@lists.postgresql.org;
> Subject: Re: pg_upgrade 10.2
> Murthy Nunna <mnu...@fnal.gov> writes:
>> Hi Adrian,
>> Port numbers are correct.
>> I moved the position of -c (-p 5433 -P 5434 -c -r -v). Now it is NOT
>> complaining about old cluster running. However, I am running into a
>> different problem.
> I noted in your earlier message the final -c... the dash was not a regular
> 7bit ascii char but some UTF or whatever dash char.
> I wonder if that's what you fed your shell and it caused a silent parsing
> issue, eg the -c dropped.
> But of course email clients wrap and mangle text like that all sorts of fun
> ways so lordy knows just what you originally sent :-)
>> New cluster database "ifb_prd_last" is not empty Failure, exiting
>> Note: ifb_prd_last is not new cluster. It is actually old cluster.
>> Is this possibly because in one of my earlier attempts where I
>> shutdown old cluster and ran pg_upgrade with -c at the end of the
>> command line. I think -c was ignored and my cluster has been upgraded
>> in that attempt. Is that possible?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Adrian Klaver [mailto:adrian.kla...@aklaver.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 4:35 PM
>> To: Murthy Nunna <mnu...@fnal.gov>;
>> pgsql-gene...@lists.postgresql.org; pgsql-ad...@lists.postgresql.org;
>> Subject: Re: pg_upgrade 10.2
>> On 06/12/2018 02:18 PM, Murthy Nunna wrote:
>>> pg_upgrade -V
>>> pg_upgrade (PostgreSQL) 10.4
>>> pg_upgrade -b /fnal/ups/prd/postgres/v9_3_14_x64/Linux-2-6/bin -B
>>> /fnal/ups/prd/postgres/v10_4_x64/Linux-2-6/bin -d
>>> /data0/pgdata/ifb_prd_last -D /data0/pgdata/ifb_prd_last_104 -p 5433
>>> -P 5434 -r -v –c
>> Looks good to me. The only thing that stands out is that in your original
>> post you had:
>> -p 5432
>> and above you have:
>> -p 5433
>> Not sure if that makes a difference.
>> The only suggestion I have at the moment is to move -c from the end of the
>> line to somewhere earlier on the chance that there is a bug that is not
>> finding it when it's at the end.
>> Adrian Klaver
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