After struggling with this same problem for too long, I discovered that
omitting the SERVICEDOMAIN value and letting the installer set it via
default did the trick.
Hope this helps someone else.
-Peter van der Maas
> > The following bug has been logged online:
> > Bug reference: 2182
> > Logged by: Anantha Prasad
> > Email address: aprasad ( at ) fs ( dot ) fed ( dot ) us
> > PostgreSQL version: 8.1.2-1
> > Operating system: Win2000 Prof
> > Description: Internal account lookup failure:
> > Details:
> > I had not installed PostGreSQL on this computer before.
> When I use the
> > installer, it gives the foll. message and rolls back the
> > "Internal account lookup failure: No mapping between
> account names and
> > security IDs was done."
> > Tried with other user names etc. but cannot proceed.
> No idea --- that isn't our error message.
Well, it is from pginstaller. It usually means that the SAM somehow lost
sync. This can happen in a domain environment, haven't seen it anywhere
else. It usually works if you just restart the installation process
having created the user account manually first.
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