joydip(at)cal2(dot)vsnl(dot)net(dot)in <joydip(at)cal2(dot)vsnl(dot)net(dot)in> wrote:
> I am trying to create the user but it was giving folllowing errors
> [postgres(at)ns data]$ su siddharta
> su: user siddharta does not exist
Meaning: there is no Unix user 'siddharta' on your system.
> This is how I created the user........
Meaning: there is now a PostgreSQL database user 'siddharta'.
PostgreSQL uses a user system that is separate from the underlying operating
system. There is no problem, just a misunderstanding on your part. You can
now use the database user you created with PostgreSQL's commands, e.g
"psql -U siddharta".
"If we put in English phrases, that makes it readable". That's COBOL.
Larry Wall on common fallacies of language design
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