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dumping sequences

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I've noticed that postgresql 7.4beta2 pgdump dumps sequences like this:
CREATE SEQUENCE xxxx INCREMENT BY 1 NO MINVALUE NO MAXVALUE CACHE 1;
but postgresql 7.4RC2 doesn't accept this sintax.

If anyone has already noticed this bug, please ignore this email. I
haven't had time in the last days to follow the mailing lists.

Thanks.

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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Sorry, I was told it was 7.4RC2 (it was 7.3.4) and I was tryng to
restore a dump; I didn't check before I sent the email.

Sorry again.

On Wed, 2003-11-12 at 15:15, Franco Bruno Borghesi wrote:
I've noticed that postgresql 7.4beta2 pgdump dumps sequences like
this:
CREATE SEQUENCE xxxx INCREMENT BY 1 NO MINVALUE NO MAXVALUE CACHE 1;
but postgresql 7.4RC2 doesn't accept this sintax.

If anyone has already noticed this bug, please ignore this email. I
haven't had time in the last days to follow the mailing lists.

Thanks.



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Nov 12 '05 #2

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