On 5/26/10 7:18 PM, Joel Henrique wrote:
> The following bug has been logged online:
> Bug reference: 5475
> Logged by: Joel Henrique
> Email address: joel(at)cefet-al(dot)br
> PostgreSQL version: 8.4.4-1
> Operating system: Windows 2003 Server
> Description: Problem during Instalation
> When I try to install postgres it asks for a password.
> It says that if the service already exists I should put the current
> password, otherwise a service will be created with new password.
> I've neves installed postgres before. What kind of password is that? I can't
> install postgres here.
Since you dont have a 'postgres' user, Just give any password and the a
new user 'postgres' will be created with the supplied password which
then will be used as the service account owner of PostgreSQL service.
In case you have a postgres user pre-existing on your system, supply its
password when asked by the installer.
You can anytime change the password by going to administartive tasks-->
Users and groups ..
EnterpriseDB <http://www.enterprisedb.com>, the Enterprise Postgres
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