On Wed, 2011-05-11 at 13:18 -0400, Joe wrote:
> > Trigger a reload or restart of Postgres, and that should let you in.
> > What version of Postgres are you running? And in what environment?
> 2) I will be on a Windows 7 Professional in a short time. Right now we
> are working on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Addition. It is way to
> heavy for our needs. We are sending it back for the Professional
> version of Windows 7 and do peer to peer within the windows operating
Yeah, so long as Windows lets you throw as much memory as you need at
it, Postgres won't care that much about the edition it's running on.
The reason I asked is that a pg_hba.conf change just requires a
PostgreSQL configuration reload, rather than a restart that'd disrupt
anyone else connected in to the database. But I'm not 100% sure how to
do that on Windows -- they used to have a shortcut in the Start menu,
but I'm not sure the one-click installer changed any of that.
> I will re-run with your suggestions.
> Right now we have a total of 4 users, really nothing, but I still wish
> to learn PostgreSQL. One big reason is that I am also a Professional
> Surveyor and Mapper, and I have thoughts that the Survey, Mapping
> community could use the powerful functions a Postgres, especially with
> PostGIS, I am currently climbing that hill also.
Oh cool! PostGIS sounds like it'd be right up your alley, then. It
seems to be increasingly popular in the GIS community, too; things like
OpenStreetMap uses it of course, the FAA recently switched to it, etc.
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