> Next your going to ask what will stop root from stopping your
> PostgreSQL, compiling a second copy with authentication disabled and
> using your data directory as it's source :)
He he i'm enough paranoic :))

> If you want to prevent root from accomplishing these things, you're
> going to have to look to your kernel for help.  The kernel must prevent
> root from changing users, starting / stopping applications, or touching
> certain filesystems.
> PostgreSQL will let you put a password on the data.  But that only works
> if they actually try to use PostgreSQL to get at the data.
use PostgreSQL to get at the data - Yeah this will be enough
i want just only REVOKE CONNECT PRIVILEGES on database

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