You can click on the Google or Yahoo buttons to sign-in with these identity providers,
or you just type your identity uri and click on the little login button.
on db-restore on a host the password is not asked.
If you run the cubicweb command under root, the "sources" file can be read directly.
I presume the host value is read as the other connection identifiers..?
AFAIC, there is no way to specify password to pg_dump / pg_restore through the command line.
probably enough add -W to pg commands in adbh (what if .pgpass?)
I would like more entries on that one. I don't get that problem usually:
The .pgpass trick should be in the documentation. Moreover I was not able to get it working for a local database.
Was already added: http://docs.cubicweb.org/admin/additional-tips.html
arthur, anything to add ? Else I'll have to reject it.
sorry I don't remember how problematic this was... you can deprecate it.
Ticket #731480 - latest update on 2010/12/06, created on 2010/03/01 by Arthur Lutz