Re: Repeat: Problem with Postgresql database
I tryed that. I can get in by the postgres user but cannot create a user
from there. It does not give me an error message but does not create the
firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ 104442754 AIM schrammbrian
On Fri, 13 Jul 2001, will trillich wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 11, 2001 at 09:04:01PM -0400, Brian Schramm wrote:
> > I just upgraded from potato to Progeny Debian. The upgrade went fairly
> > smooth (thanks Progeny) and the system seems to be working well. My
> > problem is that the postgresql database says that my username does not
> > exist in the pg_shadow file any more. I thought that this was a problem that
> > the users did not transfer so I created another user with the create user
> > command. It still tells me that the pg_shadow file does not contain the
> > user. Any ideas?
> can you get in via the postgres superuser? (su to root, then su
> to postgres). maybe try createuser from the postgres account.
> just guessing...
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