On 17 March 2010 11:40, Guillaume Lelarge <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
> Le 17/03/2010 12:37, Thom Brown a écrit :
> > On 17 March 2010 11:29, javib <javier(dot)burgos(at)ricoh(dot)es> wrote:
> >> Thanks for replying so fast Thom. I tried the following line and it
> >> work:
> >> CREATE TABLESPACE otraParti LOCATION '/media/Iomega HDD(F:)'
> >> and I'm getting the following error:
> >> ERROR: couldn't define permissions for directory «/media/Iomega
> >> No
> >> such file or directory
> >> Any ideas?
> > Is that directory owned by the postgres user? And does it exist at all?
> > you're using Windows, I'm not sure you can even use tablespaces. The
> > "/media/otherdrive" example was a full path to a destination, so it could
> > "/mnt/drive/" or "/external" or something like that.
> You can use tablespaces on Windows. It won't be a /media/something path
> though. It will probably be something like F:/path/to/my/directory .
Ah, okay. I was just thrown by the note in the documentation which says,
"Tablespaces are only supported on systems that support symbolic links.".
I'm not sure that's true.
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