On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 12:23 PM, Laczkóczki Ákos
<laczkoczki.a...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to inform you I have successfully fixed the issue.
> Probably the problem was that the name of my user home directory contains
> space and special characters. So, the exact path which pgAdmin uses for log
> and reach the pgadmin4.db was the following:
> c:\Users\Laczkóczki Ákos\AppData\Roaming\pgadmin4\
> I think it wasn't able to reach the pgadmin4.db file because after trying to
> launch pgadmin the size of the db file was 0.
> I have modified the config.py file as the following:
> if os.name == 'nt':
>     DATA_DIR =
> os.path.realpath('c:/development/tools/PostgreSQL/pgadmin/data')
> else:
>     DATA_DIR = os.path.realpath(os.path.expanduser('~/.pgadmin/'))
> So, I changed the DATA_DIR to a custom place which path doesn't contain any
> special thing and now I am able to launch pgAdmin and it seems it is working
> fine.

Good catch! Likely a unicode issue then I'd guess. Does it work if you use:

DATA_DIR = u'c:/Users/Laczkóczki Ákos/AppData/Roaming/pgadmin/'


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