I am trying to get postgresql started by remote login.
Ran this script
exec /bin/su - postgres -c "/usr/bin/postmaster -D
/usr/local/pgsql/data -i -B 4096 >>
/usr/local/pgsql/server.log 2>&1" /dev/null
And get this result:
/usr/bin/postmaster does not find the database system.
Expected to find it in the PGDATA directory
", but unable to open file with pathname
pg_class doesn't seem to be on the box although when I
physically present at the computer I think I was able
run psql and create a database.
So I guess are there some programs that I can run
remotely (as root or whatever) to get the postgres
files set up?
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