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PostgreSQL 9.3
#1
Can you add PostgreSQL 9.3 to your list?
NAS is N5810(OS 7) with FW 3.02.03.180322.

Thank you.
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#2
version 10.2.0.0 is already available

https://pirinel.ro/showthread.php?tid=173
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#3
Thanks for the reply, outkasm.

Currently, my project is still using PostgreSQL 9.3. So if possible, will you create PostgreSQL 9.3 module for my environment. Thanks a lot.
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#4
9.3.4 http://s.go.ro/tyiw0y7o
you need apache
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(04-04-2018, 01:16 PM)outkastm Wrote: 9.3.4 http://s.go.ro/tyiw0y7o
you need apache

Thanks a lot. I'll check the module tomorrow and will give you an update.
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#6
I tried installing apache(apache_2.2.29.2_x64_OS5_OS7.mod) before installing PostgreSQL and got this error.
Would you know the reason behind this? 

Also, how can I install the module using command shell(e.g rpm, dpkg)? 
I'd like to use a shell script when installing modules to my NAS.
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2018/04/05 10:28:51: The App will install/upgrade, please do not reload or close the admin UI
2018/04/05 10:30:20: App Name : [ Apache (PHP 5.6.22) ]
2018/04/05 10:30:20: App Version: [ 2.2.29.2 ]
2018/04/05 10:30:20: App is installing ...
2018/04/05 10:31:50: create directory
2018/04/05 10:31:50: copy directory
2018/04/05 10:32:34: Creating SSL Certificate
2018/04/05 10:32:34: done
2018/04/05 10:32:34: Apache Web Server
2018/04/05 10:32:34: Rock N roll
2018/04/05 10:32:34: Failed to insert module info into database
2018/04/05 10:32:34: App installation failed.
2018/04/05 10:32:35: bye bye
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did you tried to reboot the NAS ?
Modules cannot be installed from a shell, only from WebUI
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Thanks for the reply.
I tried rebooting the NAS and reinstall apache module but always get the same error message.
I also tried installing another module(ModBase1_1.07.06_x64_OS5_OS7.mod) just to see if it gets through but also get an error during installation.

Both module(apache, modbase1) installation error seems to be related to inserting info into a database.
Is there a way to check that database?
Are there any logs in the system to check installation logs aside from logs in WebUI?
Would there be such a setting in Thecus NAS where it can block module installation from WebUI?

Additional info:
My NAS apache version: Apache/2.2.32 (Unix)
Since current apache version is above 2.2.27.2, PostgreSQL installation should work, right?

If its possible, can you build PostgreSQL9.3 module without dependency of apache? I wouldn't be needing pgadmin and our client wouldn't want to update current apache version.

I apologize for all these questions and request outkasm, but I can't get any answers/support from Thecus.
Thank you for your patience and assistance.
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PostgreSQL installation log:
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2018/04/09 10:26:51: The App will install/upgrade, please do not reload or close the admin UI
2018/04/09 10:27:00: App Name : [ PostgreSQL ]
2018/04/09 10:27:00: App Version: [ 9.3.4.0.1 ]
2018/04/09 10:27:02: App(apache, above version:2.2.27.2) does not exist.
2018/04/09 10:27:02: App installation failed.

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ModBase1 installation log:
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2018/04/06 10:23:41: The App will install/upgrade, please do not reload or close the admin UI
2018/04/06 10:24:05: App Name : [ ModBase1 ]
2018/04/06 10:24:05: App Version: [ 1.07.06 ]
2018/04/06 10:24:05: App is installing ...
2018/04/06 10:24:11: data and config folders detected in /raid/data/module/backup/ModBase1/ and use it
2018/04/06 10:24:13: On your mark, get set, GO!
2018/04/06 10:24:13: Done
2018/04/06 10:24:13: Failed to insert module info into database
2018/04/06 10:24:13: App installation failed.
2018/04/06 10:24:13: backup Config Files into /raid/data/module/backup/ModBase1/
2018/04/06 10:24:13: hasta la vista, baby

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apache installation log:
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2018/04/06 10:35:37: The App will install/upgrade, please do not reload or close the admin UI
2018/04/06 10:37:06: App Name : [ Apache (PHP 5.6.22) ]
2018/04/06 10:37:06: App Version: [ 2.2.29.2 ]
2018/04/06 10:37:06: App is installing ...
2018/04/06 10:38:32: create directory
2018/04/06 10:38:32: copy directory
2018/04/06 10:39:16: Creating SSL Certificate
2018/04/06 10:39:16: done
2018/04/06 10:39:16: Apache Web Server
2018/04/06 10:39:16: Rock N roll
2018/04/06 10:39:16: Failed to insert module info into database
2018/04/06 10:39:16: App installation failed.
2018/04/06 10:39:17: bye bye
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