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    Default postsql certification errorrrrrrrrrrrrrrs!!!!!!

    postgresql 8.3 is making me sick!!!!!!

    first,the server.crt error.......ok,have been corrected
    but after this anew error came up which is (root.crt)

    so now what?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_bsm View Post
    postgresql 8.3 is making me sick!!!!!!

    first,the server.crt error.......ok,have been corrected
    but after this anew error came up which is (root.crt)

    so now what?????
    Holy lack of information!

    How about you provide some details so people don't have to play 20 questions to figure out what's happening?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_bsm View Post
    postgresql 8.3 is making me sick!!!!!!

    first,the server.crt error.......ok,have been corrected
    but after this anew error came up which is (root.crt)

    so now what?????
    Obviously postgresql doesn't like your grammar and punctuation. It's a sensitive application.

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    What is it with the atrocious grammar, formatting and spelling in all these recent posts?

    Heres a tip for all new posters - Use the shift key when it's appropriate, don't repeat characters unless its required in order to spell a word correctly, never ever use more than one question mark or exclamation point in a row and pretend them fancy buttons that change font colour, typeface and alignment don't exist.
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    this is all boss:

    ~# /etc/init.d/postgresql-8.3 start
    Starting PostgreSQL 8.3 database server: main* The PostgreSQL server failed to start. Please check the log output:
    2009-12-03 17:45:13 EET LOG: could not load root certificate file "root.crt": no SSL error reported
    2009-12-03 17:45:13 EET DETAIL: Will not verify client certificates.
    2009-12-03 17:45:14 EET LOG: database system was shut down at 2009-12-03 17:45:00 EET
    2009-12-03 17:45:14 EET LOG: incomplete startup packet
    2009-12-03 17:45:14 EET LOG: autovacuum launcher started
    2009-12-03 17:45:14 EET LOG: database system is ready to accept connections
    failed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_bsm View Post
    EET LOG: could not load root certificate file "root.crt": no SSL error reported
    Paste the above into Google, hit search, read the results pages, follow any instructions to see if they fix the problem.
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