Thanks for your answer .
I changed the kernel parameter . After I executed the initdb and the
'data' directory was created , so I changed the postgresql.conf
parameters and executed the 'postmaster'.
All was OK . Finally I restored the kernel parameters like originally
and all works now fine !!
Thank you for all.
2005/9/16, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us>:
> vespadict <vespadict(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> > The Solaris machine that I'm using is not only for my project so I can´t
> > modify any kernel parameter in /etc/system principally because after
> > need a reboot ... so , where can I modify the shared_buffers and
> > max_connection parameters ?
> initdb already tried values that were much smaller than reasonable.
> If you can't increase SHMMAX beyond 1 megabyte, use another machine.
> regards, tom lane
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