Frederic Logghe wrote:
> I'm using Red Hat 9 in text mode (X-Windows would have a negative
> influence on performance). How could I make sure that PostgreSQL starts
> automaticaly? Now I have to load the server manualy.
> I do not have a lot of experience with Linux, just the basic skills.
this is on Red Hat 8 but I believe it is the same on Red Hat 9.
verify that the rc.mumble system know about postgresql. you should try
and get something like:
[root(at)harvee camram_core]# chkconfig --list | grep post
postgresql 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off
to turn it on for startup at boot up:
chkconfig postgresql on
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