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Hi, I install postgres-7.3.2.tar.gz sources, It is working fine but problem is Whenever I reboot or shutdown my machine I need to start postgres service manually so please can anybody ...
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    Postgres (sources)


    Hi,
    I install postgres-7.3.2.tar.gz sources, It is working fine but problem is
    Whenever I reboot or shutdown my machine I need to start postgres service manually so please can anybody tell me how can I put this service in to init.d
    Which file I want to put in /etc/init.d & where to make soft link
    I want to do it manually I don't want any script
    Clear me.
    Regards-
    Mahesh

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    Re: Postgres (sources)

    Quote Originally Posted by m.maheshpathak@gmail.com
    Hi,
    I install postgres-7.3.2.tar.gz sources, It is working fine but problem is
    Whenever I reboot or shutdown my machine I need to start postgres service manually so please can anybody tell me how can I put this service in to init.d
    Which file I want to put in /etc/init.d & where to make soft link
    I want to do it manually I don't want any script
    Clear me.
    Regards-
    Mahesh
    I installed postgres-8.0.3 when installing Fedora Core 4. As far as i know, there is a script init.d in /etc/init.d/postgresql. If you cannot find there. The script init.d should reside in /var/lib.
    Later when you want to start postgres manually, you can run
    Code:
    $/etc/init.d/postgresql restart
    Good luck.

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