Configuring the PostgreSQL Server

As a PostgreSQL administrator, regularly monitoring and maintaining the database system is essential. This includes tasks such as setting up user authentication and managing access privileges, performing regular backups, handling database storage and configuration, and troubleshooting any issues that may arise.

It’s also essential to stay updated on security patches and upgrades. Effectively managing and administering the PostgreSQL database ensures optimal performance and reliability for end users.

Configuring the PostgreSQL database

Once PostgreSQL is installed, access the postgres user account by executing the following command in the terminal.

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