To shutdown postgres.....kill the process. There are instructions in the
docs, but i'd need to know which version of postgres your running.
I'm a novice as far as things go, having had a lot of trouble on my
FBSD box...but it works great and is very easy to use once it's up and
P.S. If anyone would like a postgress msg board started up, let me
and I'll install one today . You may have to hit it from an IP address,
depending on where I can place it...(not sure if i've got a domain to
put it on this week)
but it's a working forum none the less...This way we could keep threads
Let me know if there is interest in this....Everyone can feel free to
email me on this topic.
Have a great saturday.....i'll be here working on the computer and
helping my oldest daughter build a mission out of sugar cubes all
Jules Agee wrote:
> I'm glad there is a novice list.
> I can't find anything about database shutdown in the docs.
> I'm more familiar with Oracle, where an improper shutdown
> will leave the database in an inconsistent state. Will
> PostgreSQL catch a kill signal and automatically start a
> graceful shutdown, or is there something I'm missing?
> Jules Agee
pgsql-novice by date
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