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Apr 2, AM in response to mlorim In response to mlorim. Tahnk you. It seemed to work for me. At least I got rid of all those messages in the log. Now I just have to deal with the rest of them.
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Loading page content. User profile for user: peak peak. Oct 30, PM in response to ebolaseph In response to ebolaseph I've got this same problem, amongst others - have you had an luck finding an answer yet Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: mclarenlife mclarenlife. Oct 30, PM in response to peak In response to peak I'm on the same boat!
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Nov 1, PM in response to ebolaseph In response to ebolaseph getting the same error message. Nov 2, AM in response to peak In response to peak peak. I'll try your idea of copying over the plist file. Fingers crossed. Please do keep us posted if you can resolve the backup command issue. Nov 2, AM in response to mclarenlife In response to mclarenlife Okay, on a fresh install! Might be back to the drawing board for me then! User profile for user: pepmachine pepmachine. Servers Enterprise Speciality level out of ten: 0.
Nov 2, AM in response to ebolaseph In response to ebolaseph You can find that file if you backed up the previous version of server 2. Presumably postgresql94 for MacPorts does not contain the server, it's another package. Yes you are right, it reported PostgreSQL 9.
But after port install postgresqlserver select version still reports 9. How to proceed? A quick websearch does not find it for me, but hopefully MacPorts or someone has documented how to upgrade to a newer major server version. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. I'm using bash. Roger Dahl Roger Dahl 1 1 gold badge 6 6 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. Pramod There could tens of them lying around.
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What's if you want to know which one of them is being used by Postgres. BleedingFingers Depending on your setup, you could probably just filter by access time. Or you could filter by access time newer than change time or one of the other find time-based options Craig Ringer Craig Ringer 3, 1 1 gold badge 18 18 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges. This might not be valid for 9. This is the only answer that works if you have more than one version of PostgreSQL installed. Is there any hope for Postges to standardize this? That would help with installation headaches a lot ScottSkiles PostgreSQL doesn't control it, it's up to the packages and distributors, who all have strong and different opinions on where it should be.