I have put together a video demonstrating how to enable PostgreSQL in Mountain Lion Server 10.8, and then how to connect to it using an application based management tool (such as pgAdmin3).
I’ve now had the chance to take a brief look at the Mountain Lion (10.8) release of OS X Server – a few things do appear to have changed, and I’ll go in to more detail about some of the things I have noticed so far from my first impressions.
I have written two previous articles on how to configure Lion Server’s built in database solution, PostgreSQL. In this video, I’ll show you how to quickly and simply get Postgres up and running.
It’s been vastly covered by everyone, Lion Server doesn’t come with MySQL. It was replaced by PostgreSQL. So what do all of the WordPress users out there do? Well, it’s still possible to get MySQL installed on to your 10.7 Server – here’s how…