Geoffrey Ducharme wrote:
> Hi everyone, I'm new to PostgreSQL administration. I hope the people
> here will have some ideas to help me out.
> My current situation is that I am moving my database across machines
> without access to network. It would be possible, but more difficult to
> install a network.
> I understand that the recommanded way to make a back up is to shut
> down the postmaster and related process, then copy the files. This
> worked fine on the donor machine. (Windows XP SP2 postgresql 8.0.1)
> I grabbed the file to send them to the receiving machine (Win 2000) On
> this one, however, I had a problem. The Task Manager does not allow me
> to shut off the postmaster process. Specificaly the error message
> says:"Unable to terminate process, the requested operation could not
> be completed. Access is denied".
It sounds like you are trying to shut down the service without being an
administrator or the owner of PostgreSQL?
Joshua D. Drake
> My impression is that such an error message wold only happen on system
> critical process.
> So, what is the problem? Is this the right path to migration? Would
> installing the network a be a better solution?
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