I downloaded and install postgres from postgresql-8.1.4.tar.gz.
I wanted to start it when machine boots, so i copied the "linux" init script from /contrib/startup-scripts/ to /etc/init.d/postgresql.
Then i used "chkconfig --add postgresql". I then tryed to start the postgresql service with "service postgresql start" and it started correctly, i was able to connect to the "test" database i made before.
However, when i reboot, the system spends some time in "postgresql start" and then hangs after "Enabling swap space".
The last messages were:
Enabling swap space: OK
set_rtc_mmss: can't update from 2 to 47
set_rtc_mmss: can't update from 3 to 48
set_rtc_mmss: can't update from 4 to 49
Thanks for the help
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