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 If '​kind'​ is '​i'​ then the damaged relation is an index, so a database reindex should fix the problem. If it is '​r'​ then it is a normal table, or if it is '​t'​ then it is a '​toast'​ table (see below). If '​kind'​ is '​i'​ then the damaged relation is an index, so a database reindex should fix the problem. If it is '​r'​ then it is a normal table, or if it is '​t'​ then it is a '​toast'​ table (see below).
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 +If the problem is in a normal table, then depending on the table name, you may be able to delete the table without losing critical data. Please contact support@pscs.co.uk with the table name and we will be able to tell you what is stored in that table, and how to delete it if that is an appropriate action.
  
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