you can try.
1) ps -ef | grep "postgres"
see which users are connectioned and than.
2) pkill -f 'postgres: postgres <databasename>';
its more safer i suppose than kill -9
On 5/12/05, Ing. Jhon Carrillo <jdigital(at)cantv(dot)net> wrote:
> I have a problem with the users administration. When I want to erase (drop)
> some databases there's an error: ** database "name_db" is being accessed by
> other users.** I want to kill the user sessions conected but i don't know
> how to do it (Kill the user sessions).
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