>> Could you give me a guide to building postgres with cygserver please?
> Yes, it is very easy:
> 1. Uninstall cypipc (if installed)
> 2. Reinstall Cygwin (if you uninstalled cygipc)
> 3. Build PostgreSQL (using the normal procedure)
That's great, thank you. There is still a problem though. Postgres
builds and installs fine, but now when I try to run initdb I get a whole
lot of signal 12 messages:
$ initdb -D /usr/postgres/data
The files belonging to this database system will be owned by user "davidm".
This user must also own the server process.
The database cluster will be initialized with locale C.
creating directory /usr/postgres/data... ok
creating directory /usr/postgres/data/base... ok
creating directory /usr/postgres/data/global... ok
creating directory /usr/postgres/data/pg_xlog... ok
creating directory /usr/postgres/data/pg_clog... ok
selecting default max_connections... Signal 12
selecting default shared_buffers... Signal 12
creating configuration files... ok
creating template1 database in /usr/postgres/data/base/1... Signal 12
initdb: removing data directory "/usr/postgres/data"
Your help is very much appreciated, thanks
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