Postgres says my password is invalid
andyh at totallybrilliant.com
Sun Jan 30 17:43:12 UTC 2022
Because the Postgres folders are owned by the Postgres user you have to use your favorite command the sudo command :)
sudo find / -name postgresql.conf
What that means is :
As the superuser, start at the top of the tree (that’s the ‘/‘) and search by name (that’s the ‘-name’) looking for files called postgresql.conf…...
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On Jan 30, 2022, 12:40 PM -0500, Das Goravani <goravanis at gmail.com>, wrote:
> > On Jan 30, 2022, at 12:35 PM, TBS <andyh at totallybrilliant.com> wrote:
> > postgresql.conf
> How do you find postgresql.conf, or anything, for that matter.
> I am only familiar with the Command-Spacebar method of finding files.
> I know there is a way to do it on Terminal, that is better… what is that command?
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