PostgreSQL With Redhat 7.9


PostgreSQL With Redhat 7.9


PostgreSQL 9.2.24 With Red hat 7.9 (RHEL)

PostgreSQL is the most popular Open Source Relational SQL database management system. PostgreSQL is one of the best RDBMS being used for developing web-based software applications.

This Image is made specially for Enterprise Customers who are looking for deploying a secured PostgreSQL installation instead of just putting up a vanilla install.

In order to use Postgres, log into postgres account.

You can do that by typing: sudo -i -u postgres

You will be asked for your normal user password and then will be given a shell prompt for the postgres user.

You can get a Postgres prompt immediately by typing: psql

Default ports:

  • Linux Machines: SSH Port: 22
  • TCP:5432
  • Note :The TCP port the server listens on 5432 by default. It is not opened on Public interface

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