On 4/1/06, postgresql(at)teska(dot)net <postgresql(at)teska(dot)net> wrote:
> I'm hoping someone can tell me how to go about this, or if a solution is
> even possible with my current set up. I realize this question may go beyond
> pure postgres topics and have to do more with how my hosting company has
> their servers configures, but this group seemed like my best option for
> help. If anyone has suggestions on what other groups might be helpful to
> post this question to, I would really appreciate it.
> I do my database & application work on a shared Linux server provided by my
> hosting company. It appears they have just one installation of postgres on
> the server and that all of their customers on that server are able to create
> databases and users under their account. I'm not quite sure how they have
> enabled specific user accounts for access to my specific part of the server,
> but I do know that when I log in I have access to a cpanel interface, email
> configuration, all of my files on the server, access to create new postgres
> databases and a link to phpPgAdmin.
Do you get the option to create a new database user? You could create
a new user and give that user access to your database.
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