The error message you encountered suggests that the user or role executing the pg_dump command does not have sufficient privileges to access the abouts table or view in the PostgreSQL database.
To resolve this issue, you have a few options:
1. Use a privileged user: Ensure that you are executing the pg_dump command with a user account that has the necessary privileges to access the abouts relation. Typically, the PostgreSQL superuser account (e.g., postgres) has sufficient permissions. You can specify the user with the -U flag, for example:
pg_dump -U postgres -d your_database_name -t abouts > dump.sql
2. Grant necessary privileges: If you prefer to use a different user account or role to perform the pg_dump operation, you can grant the required privileges to that user. Connect to your PostgreSQL database with a superuser account and execute the following command:
GRANT SELECT ON TABLE abouts TO your_user;
Replace your_user with the name of the user or role that needs access to the abouts table.
3. Consider schema permissions: If the abouts relation is within a specific schema, you may need to grant permissions on the schema itself rather than just the table. For example:
GRANT USAGE ON SCHEMA your_schema TO your_user;
Replace your_schema with the name of the schema containing the abouts relation.
Remember to adapt these suggestions to match your specific database configuration and user management.