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Re: How do I remove PostgreSQL completely?

From: Rodriguez Fernando <rodriguez(at)ort(dot)edu(dot)uy>
To: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: How do I remove PostgreSQL completely?
Date: 2010-10-18 15:27:05
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  El 18/10/2010 12:10, Sebastian Frey escribió:
> Hi guys!
> I wanted to install PokerTracker3, but the required PostgreSQL could not be installed because (apparently) it was installed before by another program...
> So, when I start PokerTracker3, a PostgreSQL server window opens containing already filled in data about Server, Password etc...
> When I press connect, the window "PostgreSQL wasn't able to connect to this database. Please check configuration (or something like this)" appears.
> So I searched on the internet and found on one of the many support websites the instruction to unistall PostgreSQL, which I did, but apparently the account wasn't fully deleted, so the problem is still there and I have no idea of how to get rid of it!
> I would greatly appreciate your help, but I need very basic instructions since I have only very basic knowledge of computers in general...
> Best, sebastian
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1) Verify postgresql service exists?
2) Verify data directory /var/lib/pgdata/data, exists?
3) verify environment variables are not set : PGUSER, PGDATABASE, 

rpm -e *postgresql* or use yum

Fernando Rodriguez

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