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backup failing due to "Postgres is not configured" message

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by whitecurve, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. whitecurve

    whitecurve Guest

    Hi there
    I'm attempting to implement a backup regime but the backup tool is complaining that

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    Postgres is not configured: all postgres databases will not be dumped.
    Making backup to STDOUT ...dumping crontab of USERNAME
    As i dont have postgres installed i'm very confudsed.

    Can anyone help ?
  2. hardweb

    hardweb Guest

    It doesn't fail due to this reason, this message is a warning only.
  3. whitecurve

    whitecurve Guest

    Unfortunatly it did fail with this warning.

    Id be quite happy to forward the resulting admin mail to you for further examination if that would help

    Not only that but it left the domain in a inactive state that refused to be enabled via the ControlPanel or shell tools.

    In the end i resorted to editing the mysql psa database (setting the offending domain.status to 0) and restarting the PSA & httpd services.

    Only then did the domain come back. and after all that the Backup was still not performed.

    Its further detailed