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Aug
20
comment rsync via multiple ssh connections with a key
Doing a "ssh -i $KEY -fN root@middle -L2211:target:22" works without prompting me for a password but when I try "rsync -e "ssh -p 2211" /dir/on/local/ root@localhost:/dir/on/target/ -avz --progress" I get asked for root@localhost's password. What could I be missing?
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revised rsync via multiple ssh connections with a key
Updated ssh command and errors returned.
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accepted Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu without starting it
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comment Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu without starting it
Just clarifying my question. Thanks for the answer.
Aug
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comment Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu without starting it
The bottom line is that I don't want PostgreSQL to create a cluster at /etc/postgresql/8.4/main, which it does by default on install/startup. I want to be able to install it, set the location of the cluster and then start it.
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