> For example, there's no pg_hba.config and there's no directory /pgsql/data
anywhere to put one in.
You need to run initdb which will generate those files with default content.
I'm not sure where CentOS / RedHat puts them by default (I compile from
source) but at a guess:
/usr/local/postgres/bin/initdb -D /path/to/database/files/ databasename
Run that as the postgres user.
/path/to/database/files/ is where you want to put the files. It does not
need to exist already as initdb will create it. Depends how CentOS / RedHat
have setup the package, but it would possible default to
/usr/local/postgres/data/ I think.
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