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Update Postgres on server that already has version included with system

Mac OS X (Lion) Server includes Postgres (9.0.5) that it uses for some system utilities (Wiki server, caldav, etc.). I'm about to start using this server for some Rails applications and am wondering ...
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Trouble setting up Postgres for the first time

I have some, albeit limited, experience with MySQL and MongoDB (both running fine on server) but having trouble with Postgres and find the documentation lacking for newbies, like myself. Postgres is ...
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Installing Sphinx on Mac OS with XAMPP

We have: Sphinx 2.0.3 Mac OS 10.6.8 XAMPP 1.7.3 (with MySQL 5.1.44) Here is PATH: user:sphinx-2.0.3-release user$ echo $PATH ...
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Running postgresql in Mac Terminal

I have a production SQL dump file that I want to restore to my local psql db for debugging reasons. I can't access psql via the terminal though pgAdmin3 works just fine. Here is the error I'm ...
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MySQL Workbench - Create new server instance error

When attempting to create a new server instance I get an error at the 'Test Settings' step of the creation wizard. The error: What check_admin_commands/local Operation failed: ...
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MySQL server has gone away obstructing import of large dumps

I am trying to import a large sql dump (2GB) to my local mysql on my mac. I have been able to do this in the past (I was using MAMP), but now I get a ERROR 2006 (HY000) at line 7758: MySQL server ...
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Creating and editing my.cnf by MySQL Workbench?

I just installed MySQL Server and MySQL Workbench on a clean Snow Leopard MacBook. I hooked up Workbench with the server and was able to start the MySQL Server from within the Workbench. I enter the ...
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How to run psql on Mac OS X?

I installed PostgreSQL on a computer with Mac OS X using the One click installer. Then I try to access PostgreSQL using the psql command, but it doesn't seem to be available. I get this message: ...