Ann W. Harrison, 15.11.2008 05:27:
> Suppose a database D includes a table T which is in a Falcon
> tablespace called FTS stored in /myDBs/tableSpaces/FTS.fts.
> Backup D.
> Then drop tablespace FTS and create a second database called
> DPrime, which includes a Falcon table called TPrime, stored in
> a new tablespace called FTSPrime, in /myDBs/tableSpaces/FTS.fts.
> Now restore D.
IMHO there is no problem. At least nothing special to tablespaces.
You can construct like conflicts with most object types. The problem is
with the user who reuses names for different things between backup and
I don't think we can ever guarantee that restore will work regardless of
what the users changes since backup.
However, if you want to say that this is one of the cases that we should
be able to deal with, then it's something different.
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