Thanks to Håvard et al, problem has been resolved. We're up and
running, hosting multiple (unrelated) companies.|
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>>- Create a new PostgreSQL instance.
I had created a new instance.
>>- Edit PostgreSQL startup scripts ( and reload (restart) PostgreSQL)
On 13. sep. 2012 02:22, Brian Wolf wrote:The safest way: -------------- Deploy multiple instances http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.finance.ledger.smb.user/6243 LedgerSMB setup - Copy the LedgerSMB directory to a new one (eg, lsmb-demo to lsmb-acme). - Edit ledgersmb.conf to point to the new port number. - Re-generate a new configuration for this service by running sed on the existing configuration file (in /etc/httpd/conf.d on Red Hat-like systems) to change one directory to another - Restart Apache.You forgot to: - Create a new PostgreSQL instance. - Edit PostgreSQL startup scripts ( and reload (restart) PostgreSQL) Test your setup with a psql connection to the new port.