On 10/15/2016 09:09 PM, Antonio Silva wrote:
Dear Adrian and Tom, thanks for your attention.

I did an upgrade on Friday. I use to do this every week.

Log file informed:

2016-10-15 06:15:20 BRT [995-1] FATAL:  data directory
"/var/lib/postgresql/9.5/main" has group or world access
2016-10-15 06:15:20 BRT [995-2] DETAIL:  Permissions should be u=rwx (0700).

The problem with permissions was already indicated to  .pgpass

So I did a "sudo chmod 0700 main" at /var/lib/postgresql/9.5/ directory
and I could connect postgres again!

A cannot understand what happened. How an upgrade changes the
permissions of files an folders? I work with more two desktops with the
same framework (I7, 8 GB, Ubuntu 16.04, PostgreSQL, ...) and it did not

In my previous post I should have also mentioned checking syslog for the period in question.

Well, but I have my database available now. Thanks.

Best regards,

Antônio Olinto

Adrian Klaver

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