> The following bug has been logged online:
> Bug reference: 2854
> Logged by: Jessica
> Email address: hxq7681(at)rit(dot)edu
> PostgreSQL version: 8.2
> Operating system: Solaris
> Description: can't log out database system
> I log into database system, but I don't know how to log out and back to my
> account prompt.
> I use psql -test, nothing occurs and I can't be back to my account prompt
http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.2/static/app-psql.html has information
on how to use the psql commandline client. but i guess your database is
not actually called "-test" ?
> What does it mean such a message as below:
> FATAL: syntax error in file
> "/home/group/s772/p772-01f/pgsql/CLUST/data/postgresql.conf" line 101, near
> token "MB"
that looks like a typo in the configuration file - what is on line 101
in that file ?
> Where can I find a really instruction to how to use postgresql for people
> who are not experts?
the server-administration section in the manual has some information on
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