I have done a find from root and can't locate libpg.so!
Does someone know where it's supposed to reside?
On Nov 2, 2009, at 2:41 PM, Mark H. Nichols wrote:
> On Nov 2, 2009, at 1:39 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
>> Don Fox <donfox1(at)mac(dot)com> writes:
>>> bash-3.2$ createdb -T template1 fromtemp0db
>>> Bus error
>> This appears to be the createdb program itself crashing, not the
>> That cuts down the alternatives quite a lot, because createdb isn't
>> much; it basically just tries to connect via libpq and send a CREATE
>> DATABASE command to the server. My first thought is that you have a
>> corrupt libpq.so, or one that is incompatible with your createdb
>> executable. You could check some of the more obvious causes by
>> seeing what "file" and "otool -L" have to say about createdb and
>> regards, tom lane
> Would a potentially corrupt createdb program indicate that the
> download of Postrgres was somehow corrupt? Can you download the
> checksum and verify that your download is complete and undamaged?
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