pgsql: In pg_restore's dump_lo_buf(), work a little harder on error han
In pg_restore's dump_lo_buf(), work a little harder on error handling.
Failure to write data to a large object during restore led to an ugly
and uninformative error message. To add insult to injury, it then
fatal'd out, where other SQL-level errors usually result in pressing on.
Report the underlying error condition, rather than just giving not-very-
useful byte counts, and use warn_or_exit_horribly() so as to adhere to
pg_restore's general policy about whether to continue or not.
Also recognize that lo_write() returns int not size_t.
Per report from Justin Pryzby, though I didn't use his patch.
Given the lack of comparable complaints, I'm not sure this is