[CentOS] relation "pg_user" does not exist error when running pg_dump

Fri Apr 29 00:37:33 UTC 2005
Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists at uni-x.org>

Am Do, den 28.04.2005 schrieb Andy Masiar um 21:40:

> I'm trying to move a postgres database to another server and I ran
> into some weird problems. Pg_dump command was not giving any output
> and the logs got filled with some SELinux errors. So I turned off
> SELinux completely (and rebooted). Now I'm getting the following error
> message:
> # pg_dump -U postgres database > database.out
> pg_dump: SQL command failed
> pg_dump: Error message from server: ERROR:  relation "pg_user" does not exist

> Andy

Above error is a result of a bug SELinux <--> PostgreSQL. There is a
bugzilla and in it's comments a way how to initialize PostgreSQL
correctly. I had the same issue with a fresh new CentOS 4 install.


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