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Startup Postgres on Mac

For some reason I always seem to encounter issues when restarting my mac to have Postgres starting up automatically. Sometimes it works fine and sometimes I have to start it up myself manually. And because I don’t know the code by heart, I always have to Google it, get annoyed and waste time, so I thought I might as well create myself a little reminder on our blog. And maybe it will help others too, who knows!! So, just follow these simple steps below to Startup postgres on Mac…

Startup postgres on Mac:

Go to terminal and run:

postgres -D /usr/local/pgsql/data

Keep the terminal window open at all time when running

That’s it, easy! 🙂



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