> Ah it's SSL. Try to disable SSL in postgresql.conf,
> then it should work.
Nope. Same results. In fact, it looks like
ssl=false is the default anyway right? So I've been
running w/ SSL off all along.
> If you really need SSL, then you have to create
> that missing certificate file - don't ask me how,
> I don't know. (The file is there on my Debian Linux
Well, I found out at:
Created server.crt file as per instructions above.
Set ssl=true in postgresql.conf. Postmaster started
successfully. Tried to createdb. Same message!!!
BTW, this is after uninstalling and reinstalling
Cygwin and PostgreSQL.
I feel like I must have done something wrong on
installation. Or maybe my machine is configured
strangely. I followed the instructions at:
Are these instructions complete?
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