On Thu, 2006-03-30 at 11:38, lmyho wrote:
> > > >
> > If I remember correctly, this is a problem with the debian startup
> > script requiring trust for the postgres superuser, and was discussed
> > sometime last year. I'll wander through the archives in a free moment
> > and see if I can find it.
> Great Scott!! Thank you!! This system was just installed on Debian (2 days), and
> the original pg_hba.conf file authen method was "ident sameuser" and appears not
> allow it to be changed!
> Look forward to your information!! Thanks a lot!!
Can't find the thread right now (my search-fu is not strong today) but I
think this thread has covered all the basic points. Does anyone know if
it is possible for the startup script to read the ~/.pgpass file of the
postgres user on startup and use that if you absolutely have to have the
main postgres user have a password on it in debian?
My guess is that you could also just comment out the lines in the init
script that are hanging, as the actual db startup should not require a
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