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I have recently reinstalled postgresql 8.3 on my Ubuntu 8.04 after update. I can connect to the database locally, I see system DB postgres but I can't configure it because I can't find config files.Searched through entire hard drive and found only samples like # ----------------------------- # Postgre SQL configuration file # ----------------------------- # # This file consists of lines of the form: # # name = value # # (The "=" is optional.) Whitespace may be used.Comments are introduced with # "#" anywhere on a line.The complete list of parameter names and allowed # values can be found in the Postgre SQL documentation.

# # Any parameter can also be given as a command-line option to the server, e.g., # "postgres -c log_connections=on".

Some parameters can be changed at run time # with the "SET" SQL command.

# # Memory units: k B = kilobytes Time units: ms = milliseconds # MB = megabytes s = seconds # GB = gigabytes min = minutes # h = hours # d = days #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # FILE LOCATIONS #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # The default values of these variables are driven from the -D command-line # option or PGDATA environment variable, represented here as Config Dir.

#data_directory = 'Config Dir' # use data in another directory # (change requires restart) #hba_file = 'Config Dir/pg_hba.conf' # host-based authentication file # (change requires restart) #ident_file = 'Config Dir/pg_ident.conf' # ident configuration file # (change requires restart) # If external_pid_file is not explicitly set, no extra PID file is written.

#external_pid_file = '(none)' # write an extra PID file # (change requires restart) #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # CONNECTIONS AND AUTHENTICATION #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # - Connection Settings - #listen_addresses = 'localhost' # what IP address(es) to listen on; # comma-separated list of addresses; # defaults to 'localhost', '*' = all # (change requires restart) #port = 5432 # (change requires restart) # Note: In RHEL/Fedora installations, you can't set the port number here; # adjust it in the service file instead. MD5:@STRENGTH' # allowed SSL ciphers # (change requires restart) #ssl_renegotiation_limit = 512MB # amount of data between renegotiations #password_encryption = on #db_user_namespace = off # Kerberos and GSSAPI #krb_server_keyfile = '' #krb_srvname = 'postgres' # (Kerberos only) #krb_caseins_users = off # - TCP Keepalives - # see "man 7 tcp" for details #tcp_keepalives_idle = 0 # TCP_KEEPIDLE, in seconds; # 0 selects the system default #tcp_keepalives_interval = 0 # TCP_KEEPINTVL, in seconds; # 0 selects the system default #tcp_keepalives_count = 0 # TCP_KEEPCNT; # 0 selects the system default #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # RESOURCE USAGE (except WAL) #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # - Memory - shared_buffers = 24MB # min 128k B # (change requires restart) #temp_buffers = 8MB # min 800k B #max_prepared_transactions = 0 # zero disables the feature # (change requires restart) # Note: Increasing max_prepared_transactions costs ~600 bytes of shared memory # per transaction slot, plus lock space (see max_locks_per_transaction).

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