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Revision as of 05:27, 12 February 2010 by Itagaki
This list includes things we might like to be able to do and currently can't. These are unofficial Todo items.
- Optimize data load using TRUNCATE before COPY even if we use non-single-transaction and --jobs=1
- Somehow we didn't use TRUNCATE-and-COPY optimization in single-threaded restore. Patch submitted here.
- Support --single-transaction and --clean to an empty database
- Restore fails because --clean generates DROP TABLE. Instead, DROP TABLE IF EXISTS will enable the restore in some cases.
- Consistent behavior for --data-only and --clean
- We don't add any commands for --clean for data except large objects. TRUNCATE before COPY seems to be a consistent behavior. FYI, we add DROP TABLE before data loading with schema (without --data-only).
- Have --compatible-mode to be able to restore other databases
- "pg_dump --column-inserts" generates a bit more portable dump, but there are still issues, like BOOLEAN vs BIT.