Hilfe bei PostGre (Einsteiger)

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techos
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Hilfe bei PostGre (Einsteiger)

Post by techos » 2005-12-19 19:49

Also... Ich bin ganz neu in PostgreSQL und möchte PgSQL mit phpPgAdmin nutzen nur leider sagt er mir immer wenn ich mich mit einem user einlogen möchte es die Anmeldung fehlgeschlagen ist.

Ich habe mir auch schon die phpPgAdmin conf angeguckt und versucht in Google was zu finden aber leider ist das bis jetzt fehlgeschlagen.
Könnte mir jemand dabei helfen? Wäre echt super dankbar dafür.

Achja. hier noch ein paar daten. Server ist ein SuSE 9.1 mit PgSQL 7.3 und phpPgAdmin 4.0.1

Vielen dank im voraus

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Re: Hilfe bei PostGre (Einsteiger)

Post by captaincrunch » 2005-12-19 21:46

Zeig mal deine phppgadmin-Config. Meist darf der User halt nicht auf die template1-DB zugreifen (die standardmäßig genutzt wird).
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Re: Hilfe bei PostGre (Einsteiger)

Post by techos » 2005-12-19 22:07

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<?php

	/**
	 * Central phpPgAdmin configuration.  As a user you may modify the
	 * settings here for your particular configuration.
	 *
	 * $Id: config.inc.php-dist,v 1.44.2.1 2005/11/18 01:47:16 chriskl Exp $
	 */

	// An example server.  Create as many of these as you wish,
	// indexed from zero upwards.

	// Display name for the server on the login screen
	$conf['servers'][0]['desc'] = 'PostgreSQL';

	// Hostname or IP address for server.  Use '' for UNIX domain socket.
	// use 'localhost' for TCP/IP connection on this computer
	$conf['servers'][0]['host'] = '';

	// Database port on server (5432 is the PostgreSQL default)
	$conf['servers'][0]['port'] = 5432;

	// Change the default database only if you cannot connect to template1.
	// For a PostgreSQL 8.1 server, you need to set this to 'postgres'.
	$conf['servers'][0]['defaultdb'] = 'template1';

	// Specify the path to the database dump utilities for this server.
	// You can set these to '' if no dumper is available.
	$conf['servers'][0]['pg_dump_path'] = '/usr/bin/pg_dump';
	$conf['servers'][0]['pg_dumpall_path'] = '/usr/bin/pg_dumpall';

	// Slony (www.slony.info) support?
	$conf['servers'][0]['slony_support'] = false;
	// Specify the path to the Slony SQL scripts (where slony1_base.sql is located, etc.)
	// No trailing slash.
	$conf['servers'][0]['slony_sql'] = '/usr/share/pgsql';

	// Example for a second server (PostgreSQL for Windows)
	//$conf['servers'][1]['desc'] = 'Test Server';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['host'] = '127.0.0.1';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['port'] = 5432;
	//$conf['servers'][1]['defaultdb'] = 'template1';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['pg_dump_path'] = 'C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\8.0\bin\pg_dump.exe';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['pg_dumpall_path'] = 'C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\8.0\bin\pg_dumpall.exe';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['slony_support'] = false;
	//$conf['servers'][1]['slony_sql'] = 'C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\8.0\share';

	// Default language. Eg: 'english', 'polish', etc.  See lang/ directory
	// for all possibilities. If you specify 'auto' (the default) it will use 
	// your browser preference.
	$conf['default_lang'] = 'auto';
	
	// If extra login security is true, then logins via phpPgAdmin with no
	// password or certain usernames (pgsql, postgres, root, administrator)
	// will be denied. Only set this false once you have read the FAQ and
	// understand how to change PostgreSQL's pg_hba.conf to enable
	// passworded local connections.
	$conf['extra_login_security'] = false;

	// Only show owned databases?
	// Note: This will simply hide other databases in the list - this does
	// not in any way prevent your users from seeing other database by
	// other means. (eg. Run 'SELECT * FROM pg_database' in the SQL area.)
	$conf['owned_only'] = false;

	// Display comments on objects?  Comments are a good way of documenting
	// a database, but they do take up space in the interface.
	$conf['show_comments'] = true;

	// Display "advanced" objects?  Setting this to true will show types,
	// operators conversions, languages and casts in phpPgAdmin.  These
	// objects are rarely administered and can clutter the interface.
	$conf['show_advanced'] = false;

	// Display "system" objects?
	$conf['show_system'] = true;

	// Display reports feature?  For this feature to work, you must
	// install the reports database as explained in the INSTALL file.
	$conf['show_reports'] = true;

	// Only show owned reports?
	// Note: This does not prevent people from accessing other reports by
	// other means.
	$conf['owned_reports_only'] = false;

	// Minimum length users can set their password to.
	$conf['min_password_length'] = 1;

	// Width of the left frame in pixels (object browser)
	$conf['left_width'] = 200;
	
	// Which look & feel theme to use
	$conf['theme'] = 'default';
	
	// Show OIDs when browsing tables?
	$conf['show_oids'] = false;
	
	// Max rows to show on a page when browsing record sets
	$conf['max_rows'] = 30;

	// Max chars of each field to display by default in browse mode
	$conf['max_chars'] = 50;

	// Send XHTML headers?  Unless debugging, it's best to leave this off
	$conf['use_xhtml'] = false;

	// Base URL for PostgreSQL documentation.
	// '%s', if present, will be replaced with the PostgreSQL version
	// (7, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, or 8.0)
	$conf['help_base'] = 'http://www.postgresql.org/docs/%s/interactive/';
	
	/*****************************************
	 * Don't modify anything below this line *
	 *****************************************/

	$conf['version'] = 15;

?>