Install PostgreSQL on Linux

PostgreSQL is open source RDBMS. Please follow below steps to Install PostgreSQL on Linux. We are installing on Redhat Linux.

1. Download from EnterpriseDB.

2. Copy the tar file and unzip it by running following commands.

gunzip ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz
tar xf ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64.tar

3. Then, change to ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64 by typing cd ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64. After that run ./ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64.run as shown below.

[root@localhost ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64]# ./ppasmeta-9.4.1.3-linux-x64.run

4. Select the language.

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5. If it throughs permissive error then, run setenforcing. Otherwise goto step 6.

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5.1) Run the following command and start from 3rd step.

setenforce permissive

6. Accept the license aggreement.

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7. Specify the Installation directory path.

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8. Select the components to be installed on the Machine(Host).

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9. Specify the Data Directory path and Write-Ahead logs directory.

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10. Select Compatibile mode.

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11. Specify the password for superuser.

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12. Specify the port number and select check box to isntall the sample tables and procedures.

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13. Select the type server to be installed on your machine(host).

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14. Select the type of workload.

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15. Give the PgBouncer Listnening Port and Service configuration options.

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16. Preview the summary and click Next start isntallation.

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