PowerShell has a built-in mechanism for this which should be easier than the previous answer.
From an Internet-connected computer, run Save-Module sqlserver -path c:\tmp (substitute whatever path you want for the module to be saved to). This will save the module to a directory of the same name in c:\tmp (c:\tmp\SqlServer).
Then, copy that whole directory ...
Cross posting from StackOverflow:
I've just struggled with this for several hours, so I'm posting this for anyone else who winds up here.
Initially, all I could find were two bug reports on the pgsql-bugs mailing list:
BUG #15856: The program "postgres" was found by "initdb" but was not the same version as initdb.
BUG #15970: Db initialization error - ...
1) Log into postgres
psql -U <DB_USERNAME>
2) After you are connected, switch to the DB you want to install the extension for:
3) Then install the extension as answered previously:
CREATE EXTENSION pg_trgm;
Installing the extension initially gave me issues because I was not doing step 2. I thought the installation was a global ...
This is the way I got it done. I got the information from several articles online, like this, and this.
I am very thankful for the people who made those articles available.
So looking on another computer (that does have Internet access) ensure that the NuGet package is installed and explore that folder. We can see:
So if we copy that DLL file over to the ...
You don't need the binaries two times, you only need to create a second data directory (aka "cluster").
The following creates a new data directory under c:\ProgramData\pgdata2. I highly recommend to not put the data directory under c:\Program Files (that's one of the reasons I stopped using the EntpriseDB installer because it always suggested that)
It appears your problem is regarding setting Environment Variables correctly. After installation, the command psql won't work because you need to set the correct PATH to this command in your Environment variables file - which will differ a little according to your version.
I just wanted to add a comment here for future inquiries.
I'm working on a MacOS ...
Create the DB, make the DB files part of the installer, copy them into the right SQL Server directory, hope it recognizes it (will it?)
It will not, you will have to attach the database to your server afterwards. You could add a sql script that will attach the files to your server though.
Let the application test for the existence of the DB, and, if it ...
The answer wasn't obvious. If you follow the documentation and various posts for installing Oracle XE 18c there appears to be some missing steps if you only use yum to do the installation.
Firstly if you run the install for the prerequisites file using yum you get a response back saying there are two missing dependant files.
If you then run the same using ...
Strange, I am not seeing a separate URL for downloading it, but SQL Server Express LocalDB 2019 definitely exists as I have installed and used several CTP versions of it.
Until a specific download URL can be found for the MSI, at the very least it can be obtained in any of the existing installations, and there are two that are free: Developer Edition, and ...
18c is not supported on OL8.
The oracle-database-preinstall-18c package does not exist in the OL8 repository.
compat-libcap1 and compat-libstdc++-33 packages also do not exist in OL8 repository.
Whatever instructions you followed to get here were not completely correct.
Use OL6 or OL7 for 18c.
You said you were a super newbie, you should start with stuff ...
as a partial solution for this interesting problem, I would consider powershell:
first you need to Install the SQL Server PowerShell module on every server you need.
Get-SqlAgent -ServerInstance "MY_SERVER"
On the picture above you can see the ServerVersion that you are looking for.
A physical backup (like pg_basebackup) results in an already initialized directory. You don't run initdb. You just start it up, possibly after changing the config files in whatever way is appropriate for your situation.
You probably should have configured this for streaming though with a named slot though, or it will have fallen behind while the backup ...
Eventually, I got an official answer from Microsoft Support which I am glad to share here:
Hello Martin, Hope you are fine. Thanks for call yesterday. As
validated from Product Group:
This is only a info message and not a bug. All system databases that
come from SQL17 to SQL19 will not have persisted version store
initialized because of the ...
Yes you can do this. Best way to do is use the configuration.ini file and customise it as per your use.
For system datafiles you will need to edit this portion of the file :
ABove example is where my system datafiles go into.. (S: )
It's typically not necessary to use custom templates and installation for SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines. The Azure Marketplace has an extensive collection of pre-configured templates for SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines, which you can deploy through the Azure Portal or through Powershell. These are built and maintained by the SQL Server ...
This is only a matter of the metadata being incomplete in the installer.
If you have access to Oracle support, then:
Reference data is not available for release "12.1" on Linux x86-64 SLES-12 (Doc ID 2127760.1)
In the above note, there is a link for the patch for this issue.
The workaround is to ignore the prerequisites by starting the installer as:
That will not work, that is not how you execute commands as an other user. + Only root can run passwd username, not even oracle user can run passwd oracle.
sudo su oracle; echo Nbst@AWS01 | passwd oracle --stdin
/tmp/client/runInstaller -silent -responseFile /tmp/...
Looks like we have located the issue, DNS entry for the domain is wrong which is being pushed out via group policy.
Thanks to Pinal Dave for his blog post
Just in case the link becomes stale:
Critical Patch Updates:
Critical Patch Updates are collections of security fixes for Oracle products. They are available to customers with valid support contracts. They are released on the Tuesday closest to the 17th day of January, April, July and October.
So it depends on your security patch policy.
But there are other types of patches: PSU(Patch Set ...
I had the same issue and I solved it. I was using this file to install XE Database: "Oracle Database 18c Express Edition.msi", but actually you should use "setup.exe", which installs prerequisites first and than runs "Oracle Database 18c Express Edition.msi"
I don't think anyone working on this project has ever worked in the real world. Let's say I own a court management system software company. I have feature 'X' that I have released out to my customers. Feature 'X' is actually a decent product and a clear gateway for selling other products my company sells.
Now, without warning and clear justification I ...