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I'm trying to restore a dump without having the appropriate roles on the receiving database.

As mentioned here but also here, you need to have the --no-owner as an option, either in pg_dump or pg_restore or both

I've used the following command line to create my dump

"C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\9.3\bin\pg_dump.exe" --no-owner -Ft --dbname=postgresql://avo******:AV0******?@127.0.0.1:5432/BI_DB > K:\BI\backup\sort\bck_%timestamp%.tar

The restoring line is as followed

"C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\9.3\bin\pg_restore.exe" --host localhost --port 5432 --username "postgres" --dbname "BI_TEST2" --no-password  --no-owner --role=postgres --exit-on-error --verbose "D:\D\avo\backup\bck_04042017_1410.tar"

As you can see, both have the --no-owner option but eventually, I have the error below

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What terribly bugs me is the log below

pg_restore: [programme d'archivage (db)] Erreur pendant le traitement de la TOC (« PROCESSING TOC ») :
pg_restore: [programme d'archivage (db)] Erreur à partir de l'entrée TOC 2633 ; 0 0 ACL adm avo******
pg_restore: [programme d'archivage (db)] could not execute query: ERREUR:  role « avo****** » does not exist

Why does it say it needs a role even if the --no-owner was specified?

Did I miss something?

Addendum: I'm running on Postgres 9.3

Cheers

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The error occurs when pg_restore set the ACLs : you can use --no-acl to prevent GRANT commands.

With the -Ft option in pg_dump, you can skip roles and ACLs only in pg_restore. You can also edit the catalog with --list if you need more details.

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