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PgSQL Pluggin

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Brownie, Sep 5, 2001.

  1. Brownie

    Brownie Well-Known Member

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    Id quite like to provide Pgsql to our customers.

    Now I dont know how big a project it would be adding as a pluggin or not.

    Obveously if someone from Dark Orb offered to write a plugin for cpanel I would be very happy :D

    If not, how many people would be interested in a PgSQL plugin? Id like to say this would be my first play around with PgSQL so it would be a use at your own risk type of thing - but if anyone is interested, let me know.

    The most fun part will be getting a cpanel interface for it :eek:
     
  2. Karl

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    phpPgAdmin is available for PostgreSQL so it is somewhat similar to phpMyAdmin considering it is by the same people.

    PgSQL is quite a bit different to mySQL. mySQL has a lot of its own extensions to the SQL language added.
     
  3. Brownie

    Brownie Well-Known Member

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    Ive installed PgSQL and done something like creating a database with it - but thats about it.

    With a bit of looking through the manual I cant see it being that hard to create a management section in cpanel for it, or could it <eek> hehe
     
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    Adding PGSQL support integrated with cpanel would be a good thing so people can have alternative.... I hope it is planned for the future for cpanel / nocsoft
     
  5. Brownie

    Brownie Well-Known Member

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    I decided not to make the plug-in as there wasnt a demand for it :O
     
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    [quote:014284bf01]I decided not to make the plug-in as there wasnt a demand for it :O
    [/quote:014284bf01]Does that mean that it would be almost impossible to implement it in Cpanel just the same as IMAP currently not being available? ;) Both seem to be great features that may be adding value to Cpanel.
     
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    i would be interested as i would like to be able to offer pgsql to our hosting clients on our server.
     
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    This is a feature that doesn't look interesting enough for hosts but could be very interesting to would-be clients.
    It's one of these features that you don't realise you need, until you actually have it ;)

    Has someone submitted a bug about it in CPanel's bugzilla ?
    That would help :)
    I just submitted a feature request there, about PHP supporting GNU GetText, for example.
     
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    We need it
     
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    dzevad Well-Known Member

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    You have my vote for PostgreSQL :). I'm sure not many clients would use it, but still it gives another great advantage to Cpanel....now there's a different thing it has to be done in a secure way so the users can't abuse it
     
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