Like the error said. You need to start postmaster with the -D attribute to
tell it the location of your database. Go to documentation at
www.postgresql.org for instructions.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Anshuman Das" <dasanshu(at)hotmail(dot)com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2000 1:07 AM
Subject: [PHP] I'm a Linux RH6.2 user
I'm a Linux RH6.2 user. I want to run PHP with postgreSQL. I'm facing some
problems. Kindly help me:
1) How to run postmaster? usr/bin/postmaster is saying that: unable to find
systemdata or unable to open "/usr/include/pgsql//base/template 1/pg_class"
error:postmaster does not know to find the database system data.You must
specify the directory that contains the database system either by
specifying the -D invocation or by setting the PGDATA environment
2) pg_connect() cannot find postgreSQL server.
error:Connection to database 'postgres' failed.connectDB() failed: Is the
postmaster running and accepting connections at 'UNIX Socket' on port
3) How to use and configure pg_hba.conf?
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