On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 09:54:16AM -0700, Andy Lowe wrote:
> This is the exact behavior I'm seeing, using 7.3.2. I followed the
> steps in the README for installing everything, with the exception of
> the data directory, which is slightly different. My data dir does
> show up as
> drwx------+ 2 postgres None 0 Mar 4 19:00 pgdata
The above looks fine -- the name is just "pgdata" instead of the more
> So, I'm guessing that it's not a permissions issue.
> I'm able to start postmaster from the command line as the postgres
> user. The service just fails to start, giving error 1062. As you
> noted below, this is not good. Is there a known cause for this error
> and (hopefully) a solution?
Do you see anything interesting in /var/log/postmaster.log? In the NT
Did you do the following (from the README)?
3. Grant the "postgres" user the "Log on as a service" user right:
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