With PokerTracker 4 Open, click Database and select Database Management
When the "Database Management" window pops up, click New
You can leave the default name (which uses the current date and time) or specify your own name if you prefer.
The "Name" field is the name which PokerTracker 4 uses and the "Database" in PostgreSQL Server Information is the name of the actual PostgreSQL database. They do not need to be the same but you will probably find it easier to keep track of things if you keep them the same.
Server, User, Port and Password are the four pieces of information needed to connect to a PostgreSQL server. In most cases the default information will not need to be changed. These boxes will be automatically populated, as shown here. This information will only need to be altered if you utilize a remote PostgreSQL server or are running PokerTracker within a virtual machine. If you are using a virtual machine, such as VMWare Fusion or Parallels Desktop, we strongly recommend running PostgreSQL in the host operating system, which may necessitate changing the Server entry to the local IP address of your host operating system if you do not already have the defaults configured in this fashion. For more information on configuring PostgreSQL to allow remote connections please see our tutorial on networking a PostgreSQL database.
Click Create to create the database.
Your new database is now available from the "Database Management" window.