Description of problem:
I've just done a clean install of 32 bit Fedora 18 PAE and am expecting to run Postgresql under it. Unfortunately, none of the postgresql packages appear to contain either a copy of the old SysVinit daemon launch script or a replacement postgresql.service file: there was no script placed in /etc/rc.d/init.d and locate can't find a postgres.service file
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Simple: do a clean install of Fedora 18, followed by "
yum install postgresql* --skip-broken
and all the packages except postgresql-plparrot-0.05-3.fc18.i686, which fails because it needs libparrot.so.5.0.0 - from the look of it, the absence of this package does not affect this issue: I'd expect the control scripts and service definitions to be in the postgresql-server package.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Clean install of F18 (32 bit, with XFCE as desktop.
Developer and Libre Office packages selected.
Use separate partitions for /, /boot, /home and /tmp
2. This doesn't install PostgreSQL, so install it: yum postgresql* --skip-broken
so the problem with libparrot isn't a show stopper.
3. Now try to enable the PostgreSQL service and you'll find it is impossible
because there is no postgresql.service file and no 'postgresql' daemon
launcher in /etc/rc.d/init.d either
PostgresQL 9.2.4 is successfully installed but can't be enabled or started because there is no service definition.
To have the service definition installed so PostgreSQL can be enabled and started/
The service file is here:
So it is not "postgres.service".
(Please note that there is no /etc/init.d/ anymore, in most of the services)