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Every time I reboot my Ubuntu, my Postgres never gets started automatically and the /var/run/postgresql directory is never there on reboot. I have to manually create it and set the owner to postgre in order to successfully start Postgres every time I reboot. What is the real issue here?

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Hard to tell because you haven't given any information on how you installed it. –  Peter Eisentraut Jun 3 '11 at 20:58

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/var/run/ on ubuntu by default use tmpfs, so after reboot all necessary file/dir should be created again using init.d script

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