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A problem during restoring database from PostgreSql 6.5.3/7.1.3 to 7.4

Hello ��

	I can dump data from old dababase(Postgresql 6.5.3), but new problem came out when I restore the data to postgresql 7.4.

	It went out during the COPY command, if I do it in such command lines:
	1. 	pg_dump news -f pgsql-database-news.sql		#in old system with postgresql 6.5.3
	2. 	su - postgres								#in new system with postgresql 7.4
	3. 	createdb -T template0 news
	4. 	psql news < pgsql-database-news.sql
------
ERROR:  missing data for column "user_id"
CONTEXT:  COPY newses, line 1:
------

	But if I do it in such command line, it works well :
	1.	pg_dump -d news -f pgsql-data-news.sql  	#in old system with postgresql 6.5.3
	2. 	su - postgres								#in new system with postgresql 7.4
	3. 	createdb -T template0 news
	4.	psql news < pgsql-data-news.sql

	The database looks fine but I'm not sure it is really good. 
	Then I try postgresql 7.1.3, and I found that it is very well from 6.5.3 to 7.1.3 in the two kind of
command line.
	Later I also found that it likes the 6.5.3 when I dump/restore the data from 7.1.3 to 7.4.

	Could Anybody explain it? Whether there is a version with big change between 7.1.3 and 7.4 or not? ��

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