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how_to:repairing_corrupted_database [2016/04/06 11:16]
paul [Finding the problem table/index]
how_to:repairing_corrupted_database [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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 Unfortunately,​ there is no easy way to find which record is damaged, so you need to scan the entire table. ​ Unfortunately,​ there is no easy way to find which record is damaged, so you need to scan the entire table. ​
  
-Go to a command prompt in the VPOP3 directory and run '​psql'​ (in version ​5 only). The default password is 'vpop3pass'+Go to a command prompt in the VPOP3\pgsql\bin ​directory and run '​psql ​-U postgres -p 5433 vpop3' (in version ​3 or 4 omit the '-p 5433'). The default password is 'pgsqlpass'
  
 ====Finding the problem message==== ====Finding the problem message====
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