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When attempting to create a new database on a PostgreSQL server running walmgr, which is part of SkyTools by Skype Developers, for real time failover I received an error. Initially I was a bit baffled by the error however I remembered after racking my brain for a little bit that you must stop walmgr’s syncdaemon when adding a new database. Below are more details about the error as well as how to stop walmgr’s syncdaemon and then create the new database.

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Earlier a client with a fairly complex network setup had a power outage in one of their data centers in Dallas, TX. The power outage caused three servers and a firewall to lose power causing all sorts of other issues on the servers themselves. One of the primary issues was getting the PostgreSQL cluster back in 100% operational.

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You might receive the below error in your postgresql.log file after issuing the walmgr.py syncdaemon command as explained below.

Error:  CDTFATAL:  role “root” does not exist

Command Issued:

walmgr.py conf/wal-master.ini syncdaemon -d

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