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from http://www.windows-commandline.com/add-user-to-group-from-command-line/ Solution: - Uninstall PostgreSQL - net user postgres /delete - Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Configure advanced user profile properties -> delete all "Unknown User" instances that seem to be left from postgres - compmgmt.msc -> Local Users and Groups -> Users ...


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This worked. rpm -Uvh http://yum.postgresql.org/9.3/redhat/rhel-6-x86_64/pgdg-centos93-9.3-1.noarch.rpm yum install postgresql93-server postgresql93-contrib service postgresql-9.3 initdb /etc/init.d/postgresql-9.3 start chkconfig postgresql-9.3 on This might also work: yum install pgdg-centos93.noarch # in place of rpm service postgres-9.3 start # in ...


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Sure, this can work. Are you running into a specific problem? Check your network connection in VMware Fusion... If it's Bridged, you should be able to use (allow) the IP address of the VM and your Mac. If NAT, you'll need to use the NAT'ed IP. If you're set to NAT, running ifconfig on the Mac will show you the Mac's host networking address... vmnet8: ...


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Try augeas. It offers both Python bindings and a command-line interface - augtool. [dba@pgsql ~]$ augtool augtool> defvar pghba /files/var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf augtool> #################################### augtool> ls $pghba #comment[1] = this is a comment 1/ = (none) 2/ = (none) #comment[2] = this another comment 3/ = (none) augtool> ...


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When i type psql template1 and then tab, i don't get the user "myuser" and don't know why. It's bash programmable completion feature which is at play here. It appears that for psql, tab does not suggest a list of user names on the command line when the cursor is after a database name. If does produces that list however, when the cursor is after -U. ...


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Commits will queue up and all flush when the WAL gets written. So you'll get big groups of commits writing 5 times a second.


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It looks like the user doesn't actually exist. Try using adduser test to create the passwd entry



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