On Jun 30, 2004, at 10:44 PM, mike g wrote:
> Can you read cygserver.log?
> Did the cygserver service start successfully anyway? That normally
> under a local system account rather than the account you installed it
> under. If it is not running the postmaster will not start.
Yes, it started.
> Files can have different permissions than the directories themselves.
> Did you check those? By chance did you install cygserver under a
> different user account then the one you are trying to run the configure
> script in?
The cygserver.log permissions are 644 and the owner/group is
SYSTEM/root. The directory permissions are 777 and the owner
permission is postgres/Users.
I installed everything using the same account.
> Did you also upgrade the cygwin dll from 1.5.9 to 1.5.10 / install
> the latest setup.exe from www.cygwin.com and not a previous setup.exe
> from the 7.4.1 install?
I did an upgrade, then I tried a fresh install. Neither worked.
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