> Which is the best way to start postgres????
> througth pc_ctl or postmaster????
depends on your OS too. on a RH/Fedora kind of install, where there is
a /etc/init.d script to start postgres, the best way of starting it is...
# /etc/init.d/postgresql start
on a windows system, where postgres is installed as a system service...
C:\> net start pgsql-8.3
on a solaris 10 system, where postgres is under control of the SMF
# svcadm enable postgresql:version_83_64bit
if you're rolling your own service descriptor, or don't have one yet,
then yes, use pg_ctl
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