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How do you stop PostgreSQL Databases from displaying on cPanel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by LEEnoble, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. LEEnoble

    LEEnoble Active Member

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    How do you stop PostgreSQL Databases from displaying on cPanel?

    I have PostgreSQL turned off in WHM but it still displays in all cPanels, anyone know how i can stop this? :confused:
     
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    I believe that you need to remove postgresql from the server. If it's installed via rpm, then just uninstall the rpms in the usual manner.
     
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    This was from the cpanelhosts.com forum


    In the feature manager there is no option for PostGreSQL. Well here is the solution.

    In ssh as root

    cd /var/cpanel/features

    Now edit the feature file that you do not want PostGreSQL link showing in.

    Now add the following line at the top

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    postgres=0


    Save file.

    Done.

    Now that link is gone for any account using that feature.
     
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    There you go then. I just like deleting stuff :eek:
     
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