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Re: unexpected version error

hi Billy,

On Sun, Mar 18, 2012 at 10:37 PM, billy akazawa <..hidden..> wrote:

Thanks for the ideas everyone!


I entered the

SELECT * FROM defaults WHERE Âsetting_key = 'version';

you gave me and got:

postgres=# SELECT * FROM defaults WHERE setting_key = 'version';

ERROR: relation "defaults" does not exist
LINE 1: SELECT * FROM defaults WHERE setting_key = 'version';

Ok. This and the other errors indicate that the database wasn't of the expected structure. How did you connect? Did you use the command line program:

 $ psql -d aels


If you didn't use the -d argument option, that'd explain most of your errors. Maybe you can retry with the -d parameter, if that's the case?

Logging in at setup.pl gives the database as 'postgres'

That doesn't seem correct. Can you tell us which parameters you enter into the 'setup.pl' login page? Did you enter 'aels' in the 'database' field? (the third one?)



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