I have had PostgreSQL
9.3.1 and PostGIS
2.1.0 installed (via https://github.com/PostgresApp/PostgresApp/releases/tag/220.127.116.11-RC1) and working on my laptop for some time, and have been doing Ruby (
2.0.0) on Rails (
4.0.0) development with them.
I was able to successfully run typical operations, for example using @ to determine whether a point (
postgis.geometry(Point,3785)) is in a bounding box. Most recently I took the exact points and query I was successfully running in dev and made an equivalent feature test. This is when I began noticing issues...
Whereas a point on the dev side was stored like this (SRID
POINT (-13740247.269752283 6126532.67447704)
...the test side saw it like this:
POINT (-8238307.241152702 4970299.628630948)
I wanted to post a Stack Overflow question about the issue, so I wanted the exact DB version. Whereas
select postgis_full_version(); previously worked (it's still in my Terminal scrollback history), now it was returning
ERROR: function postgis_full_version() does not exist. At that point I didn't think to check the
search_path, and instead I followed http://stackoverflow.com/a/8459682 -- first I tried
CREATE EXTENSION postgis; but got
ERROR: extension "postgis" already exists -- and then I executed:
psql -d myapp_dev -f /Applications/Postgres93.app/Contents/MacOS/share/postgresql/contrib/postgis-2.1/postgis.sql psql -d myapp_dev -f /Applications/Postgres93.app/Contents/MacOS/share/postgresql/contrib/postgis-2.1/spatial_ref_sys.sql psql -d myapp_dev -f /Applications/Postgres93.app/Contents/MacOS/share/postgresql/contrib/postgis-2.1/postgis_comments.sql
Unfortunately those did not do the trick, and worse, now when I run my usual query I am seeing:
PG::UndefinedFunction: ERROR: operator does not exist: postgis.geometry @ geometry
How could things go so wrong? I have not yet reset my computer. I only tried restarting PostgreSQL so far. Any ideas? Thank you for reading.