Josh Kupershmidt wrote:
> But there's something suspicious about the sequence of events you
I could connect only with the postgres role.
To answer your requests :
# which createdb
# which createuser
# createdb --version
createdb (PostgreSQL) 8.4.4
# createuser --version
createuser (PostgreSQL) 8.4.4
Thanks for the non-reboot tip. I am very tired : I shoud have figured out
that the advice from PostgreSQL doc to reboot was for windows machines.
Blame on me. I really don't like to reboot because I loose my histories in
the many terminals I have. Usually, I suspend my system during months
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