[rt-users] Problems with PostgreSQL

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Tue Jun 19 22:01:21 EDT 2001

What version of postgres? Who built it? Are you sure it's set up properly?

Postgres generally needs more care
and feeding than mysql.  If you're a DB newbie, mysql will likely be less
painful for you than postgres.

On Tue, Jun 19, 2001 at 08:00:51PM -0400, Damian Gerow wrote:
> I've got a small problem when installing RT-1-3-104 on a PostgreSQL
> database.
> Just installing PostgreSQL (no config), I couldn't contact the database.
> Fine.  Find the config file, tell PostgreSQL to use tcpip sockets.
> Now, when installing RT, it just hangs at "Creating Pg database for rt2.",
> right after asking me for the postgres user password.  Has anyone come
> across this?
> Note: when I installed DBD:Pg, it wanted the user "pg", and not "postgres".
> I played for a half hour trying to get it to use postgres, but couldn't, so
> just forced an install.  Could this have caused a problem?
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