Im having the same signal 5 problem when trying to initdb, so i just
want to check and make sure im setting paths right. Is this the correct
syntax to use from the cmd?
On Jul 9, 2004, at 11:01 AM, John Meinel wrote:
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> You didn't set your path. There are executable files in
> and some library files in C:\postgres\lib that need to be in the path.
> That's probably the signal 5 error.
> Otherwise, at one point there was a bug in the build, there was a huge
> discussion involving the signal 5 stuff. They never found the exact
> cause, though.
> Peter Manten wrote:
> | I tried to install the windows version of postgre 7.5 dev, but got
> | errors during the proces.
> | This is what I did:
> | 1) unzip the download in c:\postgres
> | 2) add to my path c:\postgres\bin and c:\postgres\lib
> | 3) add environmental variable PGDATA with value c:\postgres\data.
> | (So far no problem)
> | 4) open command window and type initdb -L "c:/postgres/share".
> | Then I get the following output in the command window:
> | ....
> | ....
> | creating configuration files ... ok
> | creating template1 database in c:/postgres/data/base/1 ... child
> | was terminated by signal 5
> | initdb: failed
> | initdb: removing contents of data directory "c:/postgres/data/
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