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postgresql failure

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mluce, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. mluce

    mluce Member

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    Every 5 or 10 minutes I get this message :

    postgresql failed @ Thu Sep 8 12:37:38 2005. A restart was attempted automagicly.

    I don't even use postgresql as I only use mySQL. Do you know what that means ? Is there any way to stop this message (it's getting really annoying) ?
     
  2. mluce

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    Please Help !

    Can anybody anwser me, please ?
     
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    What does the following command give?

    rpm -qa | grep postgre
     
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    I don't understand

    I don't understand : where am I supposed to type this command ?
     
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    command

    Please, Casey, where am I supposed to type this command ?
     
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    casey Well-Known Member

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    In the root shell.
    Anyway, here's what you do:

    If it gives you a list of rpms, remove them with
    rpm -e packagename

    After you have removed them, or if they did not exist to begin with (unlikely) run the following commands:

    service chkservd stop
    rm /etc/chkserv.d/postgresql
    rm /var/run/chkservd/postgresql
    service chkservd start
     
  7. Secret Agent

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    I've tried all these and still get failed.

    I removed via command, reinstalled, whm config install / password set but still get failed after restarting postgresql and chkservd
     
  8. Secret Agent

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    Transaction(s) Complete
    Stopping PostgreSQL - Red Hat Edition service: [FAILED]
    postmaster: no process killed
    postmaster: no process killed
    Starting PostgreSQL - Red Hat Edition service: [FAILED]

    root@server [~]# service postgresql start
    Starting PostgreSQL - Red Hat Edition service: [FAILED]

    I already installed config via WHM and set password. Why is this happening?
     
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