Thank you. Locate did not find this plist on the boot volume. It did find it in a Carbon Copy Cloner SafetyNet directory on a backup drive.
MrMuscle:home mnewman$ locate org.macports.postgresql83-server.plist /Volumes/Clorox2/_CCC SafetyNet/2019-10-30 (October 30) 01-00-52/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.macports.postgresql83-server.plist /Volumes/Clorox2/_CCC SafetyNet/2019-10-30 (October 30) 01-00-52/opt/local/etc/LaunchDaemons/org.macports.postgresql83-server/org.macports.postgresql83-server.plist I think the first one is a symbolic link to the second. So, I’m stuck. I can tell DetectX to ignore this, but that seems more like a coverup than a solution. > On Nov 3, 2019, at 16:51, Ryan Schmidt <ryandes...@macports.org> wrote: > > MacPorts creates plists for ports that are meant to act as servers when you > install those ports. The plists are removed, along with all of the port's > other files, when the port is uninstalled. > > You can use find or locate to try to determine whether a > org.macports.postgresql83-server.plist file still exists even after you have > uninstalled the port.