Flag_Hippo wrote:Did you upgrade to Sierra? What PostgreSQL version are you running? Please do this:
1. Confirm where your PostgreSQL is, probably here:
"x.y" will be two numbers such as "8.4", "9.0", etc.
2. Open a terminal, probably in "Utilities". In the terminal window copy/paste this:
sudo rm /Library/PostgreSQL/x.y/data/postmaster.pid
Substitute the "x.y" in that command with the numbers you noted in #1.
You want to delete "postmaster.pid" so answer "y" if the command finds it.
3. Next reboot and try PokerTracker 4 again.
WhiteRider wrote:Can you tell us what update you did on your Mac? Did you update the OS version to Sierra for example, or was it just a smaller update?
We've seen some cases of OS updates causing problems with PostgreSQL installations so it's possible you'll need to reinstall PostgreSQL (this shouldn't affect your databases as they're stored separately from the app installation).
Do you see a PostgreSQL 8.4 (or whatever version you're using) in the Applications folder?
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