Re: Completely replacing an old user

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Right, from reading the responses, it seems my previous efforts ignored the privileges on schema, and I focused only on database and everything dependent on the database object.

With altering default privileges on the schema, my issue is solved.

Thanks to all who contributed.

Koen De Groote

On Sat, Sep 16, 2023 at 8:27 PM Koen De Groote <> wrote:

I am trying to set up a new user for a client application, and thus want to remove the old user afterward.

The steps are:

1/ create the new user
2/ give the new user all priviliges on database, table, sequence, function and procedures, just like the old user
3/ deply client application with the new user and credentials
3/ Swap ownership of the databases
4/ Remove privileges from the old user
5/ Drop the old user

But I'm getting stuck on one last error message:

ERROR:  role "X" cannot be dropped because some objects depend on it
DETAIL:  privileges for default privileges on new functions belonging to role postgres in schema public

The "new functions" bit is confusing. I've swapped over all the current functions, but cannot seem to find the appropriate table for privileges on new functions.

What am I missing here?

Koen De Groote

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