Background info -
I have a Red Hat 7.2 system that I am replacing with a Red Hat
Enterprise Rel 4 System.
I had my Red Hat Enterprise Rel 4 System all running as I wanted it, the
only problem was the database was not in sync. I tried to update the
data base by doing a tar out of the old. This failed. I know now of my
mistake, but now Postgresql on my Red Hat Enterprise Rel 4 System fails
to start. I have the steps documented on how to create it, but I cannot
get it to reload.
Can someone point me to how I can re-install the software to clean out
what I messed up?
Jim Carlson, Principal Scientist
3040 Cornwallis Road
MCNC-Bldg. 1, Room 318
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709
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