I did the backup of my database:
-bash-4.2$ pg_dump -d mydb --format=custom -f /tmp/dump -bash-4.2$
Below checked and I saw my functions there:
-bash-4.2$ pg_restore -l /tmp/dump | grep -i addconf 233; 1255 39949 FUNCTION public addconfiguration(text) mydb 247; 1255 39950 FUNCTION public addconfiguration2(text) mydb 273; 1255 39951 FUNCTION public addconfiguration3(text) mydb
Then I tried to restore one function using the Postgres pg_restore instructions:
-bash-4.2$ pg_restore -d postgres --function=addconfiguration2(text) -v /tmp/dump -bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
I also tried without the parentheses and the arg, but it didn't work:
-bash-4.2$ pg_restore -d postgres --function=addconfiguration2 -v /tmp/dump pg_restore: connecting to database for restore pg_restore: implied data-only restore
After the attempts I verified if the function was created using
\df inside psql, but without success.
How could I restore functions using pg_restore?