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You should use the EnterpriseDB installer. It makes life easy: http://www.enterprisedb.com/downloads/postgres-postgresql-downloads You can install PG with you logged in as an admin (Windows admin user), but it can't run as an admin. Mostly because running it as admin is a terrible idea. On my Win 7 64 system, it runs as Network Service.
Based on the manpage here: http://www.postfix.org/pgsql_table.5.html The optional port needs to be specified in the hosts fields with the hostname:port syntax: hosts The hosts that Postfix will try to connect to and query from. Specify unix: for UNIX-domain sockets, inet: for TCP connections (default). Example: ...
After some discussion on irc, it was pointed out that Postfix does not appear to be honoring the port= setting for local connections - the error message was clearly attempting to speak to port 5432, so changing the pgbouncer listen port to 5432 fixed the problem. Thanks -Myon! (it's always so simple once you know the answer...)
Here are the steps you may need to take: Remove a previous installation of Postgres: brew remove postgres rm ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.postgresql.plist Install the new version: brew install postgres ln -sfv /usr/local/opt/postgresql/*.plist ~/Library/LaunchAgents The data from your previous installation will need to be upgraded to be ...
It could be that you're using launchctl inside of Tmux or Screen. Tmux and Screen a terminal multiplexers that spawn multiple "screens" that you can easily switch between in a single terminal. For some reason unknown to me, running launchctl inside of Tmux never works, and emits the error Operation not permitted. Run it inside of a normal shell and it will ...
Similar error occurs, if installation is not fully complete.Try setting default language , it is one of the common problem. sudo apt-get remove postgresql* --purge export LANGUAGE="en_GB.UTF-8" export LC_ALL="en_GB.UTF-8" sudo apt-get install postgresql
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