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On Tue, May 08, 2001 at 11:02:15AM +0400, Pavel Negrobov wrote:
> I have a Win2000 Advanced Server and I need to use PostgreSQL on it.
> I downloaded PostgreSQL 7.1, Cygwin in full configuration and cygipc 1.09-2.
> Then I do:
> 1. Install Cygwin, IPC, start IPC as service - ok. Set all environment as
> described in Cygwin, IPC and PostgreSQL documentation.
> 2. Compile PostgreSQL - ok.
Why did you build PostgreSQL? Cygwin already contains a pre-built
version (i.e., 7.1.1).
> 3. Under bash start initdb:
> Creating directory I:\cygwin\usr\local\pgsql\data
> Creating directory I:\cygwin\usr\local\pgsql\data/base
> Creating directory I:\cygwin\usr\local\pgsql\data/global
> Creating directory I:\cygwin\usr\local\pgsql\data/pg_xlog
> Creating template1 database in I:\cygwin\usr\local\pgsql\data/base/1
> DEBUG: database system was shut down at 2001-05-08 03:35:33
> DEBUG: CheckPoint record at (0, 8)
> DEBUG: Redo record at (0, 8); Undo record at (0, 8); Shutdown TRUE
> DEBUG: NextTransactionId: 514; NextOid: 16384
> DEBUG: database system is in production state
> ERROR: cannot create pg_proc: No such file or directory
> initdb failed.
> Removing I:\cygwin\usr\local\pgsql\data.
> Removing temp file /tmp/initdb.2016.
> What I can do with this and how I can to correct this problem?
Try running ipc-daemon as a regular process. Does this solve your
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