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Re: Proper database shutdown procedure

From: Mark Versaggi <Mark(at)versaggi(dot)com>
To: "pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org" <pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Proper database shutdown procedure
Date: 2000-05-20 13:46:06
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To shutdown postgres.....kill the process. There are instructions in the

docs, but i'd need to know which version of postgres your running.

I'm a novice as far as things go, having had a lot of trouble on my
FBSD box...but it works great and is very easy to use once it's up and

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helping my oldest daughter build a mission out of sugar cubes all


Jules Agee wrote:

> I'm glad there is a novice list.
> I can't find anything about database shutdown in the docs.
> I'm more familiar with Oracle, where an improper shutdown
> will leave the database in an inconsistent state. Will
> PostgreSQL catch a kill signal and automatically start a
> graceful shutdown, or is there something I'm missing?
> --
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Jules Agee
> jules(at)semerutech(dot)com

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