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Install PostgreSQL with pgAdmin on CentOS 8

Install PostgreSQL with pgAdmin on CentOS 8

PostgreSQL is the most advanced RDBMS and pgAdmin is a web UI for Postgres. Here, you will see how to install PostgreSQL with pgAdmin on CentOS 8.

 

Table of Contents:

     

    What is PostgreSQL? :

    PostgreSQL (also known as Postgres) is a free and open source relational database management system (RDBMS) emphasizing extensibility and SQL compliance. PostgreSQL was originally named POSTGRES, referring to its origins as a successor to the Ingres database. In 1996, the project was renamed to PostgreSQL to reflect its support for SQL.

    PostgreSQL features transactions with Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability (ACID) properties, automatically updatable views, materialized views, triggers, foreign keys, and stored procedures. It is designed to handle a range of workloads, from single machines to data warehouses or Web services with many concurrent users. It is the default database for macOS Server, and is also available for Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and Windows. (Source: Wikipedia)

    PostgreSQL is a free software and distributed under PostgreSQL License (free and open-source, permissive).

     

    What is pgAdmin? :

    pgAdmin is free and open source graphical user interface (GUI) administration tool for Postgres database servers.

    pgAdmin is available in desktop and web interfaces. pgAdmin is the feature rich and most popular among the other administration tools for PostgreSQL.

    Just like PostgreSQL, pgAdmin is also a free software. It is also distributed under PostgreSQL license.

     

    Environment Specification:

    We are using a minimal CentOS 8 virtual machine with following specifications.

    • CPU - 3.4 Ghz (2 cores)
    • Memory - 2 GB
    • Storage - 20 GB
    • Operating System - CentOS 8.2
    • Hostname – postgres-01.centlinux.com
    • IP Address - 192.168.116.230 /24

     

    Update Linux Server Packages:

    Use a ssh client and login to postgres-01.centlinux.com as root user.

    Update Linux server packages by using dnf command.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf update -y Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:58 ago on Sun 22 Nov 2020 08:26:21 PM PKT. Dependencies resolved. Nothing to do. Complete!

    Our Linux operating system is already up-to-date.

    Check the Linux operating system and Kernel version.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# uname -r 4.18.0-193.28.1.el8_2.x86_64 [root@postgres-01 ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS Linux release 8.2.2004 (Core)

     

    Installing Postgres Official Yum Repository:

    Although Postgres database server is available in Linux yum repositories, but to install latest version, we have to add PostgreSQL official yum repository in our Linux server.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf install -y https://download.postgresql.org/pub/repos/yum/reporpms/EL-8-x86_64/pgdg-redhat-repo-latest.noarch.rpm Last metadata expiration check: 0:02:50 ago on Sun 22 Nov 2020 08:26:21 PM PKT. pgdg-redhat-repo-latest.noarch.rpm 6.4 kB/s | 11 kB 00:01 Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ Package Architecture Version Repository Size ================================================================================ Installing: pgdg-redhat-repo noarch 42.0-14 @commandline 11 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ Install 1 Package Total size: 11 k Installed size: 11 k Downloading Packages: Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. Running transaction test Transaction test succeeded. Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Installing : pgdg-redhat-repo-42.0-14.noarch 1/1 Verifying : pgdg-redhat-repo-42.0-14.noarch 1/1 Installed: pgdg-redhat-repo-42.0-14.noarch Complete!

    Disable the PostgreSQL module in standard yum repository by executing following command.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf -qy module disable postgresql

     

    Installing Postgres Database Server on CentOS 8:

    Install Postgres database server 13 (latest at the time of this writing) on your Linux server by using dnf command.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf install -y postgresql13-server Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:30 ago on Sun 22 Nov 2020 08:30:03 PM PKT. Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ Package Arch Version Repository Size ================================================================================ Installing: postgresql13-server x86_64 13.1-1PGDG.rhel8 pgdg13 5.6 M Installing dependencies: postgresql13 x86_64 13.1-1PGDG.rhel8 pgdg13 1.4 M postgresql13-libs x86_64 13.1-1PGDG.rhel8 pgdg13 410 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ Install 3 Packages Total download size: 7.4 M Installed size: 31 M Downloading Packages: (1/3): postgresql13-libs-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_6 82 kB/s | 410 kB 00:05 (2/3): postgresql13-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64.rpm 134 kB/s | 1.4 MB 00:10 (3/3): postgresql13-server-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86 276 kB/s | 5.6 MB 00:20 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total 365 kB/s | 7.4 MB 00:20 warning: /var/cache/dnf/pgdg13-e81daebfc8b779ec/packages/postgresql13-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64.rpm: Header V4 DSA/SHA1 Signature, key ID 442df0f8: NOKEY PostgreSQL 13 for RHEL/CentOS 8 - x86_64 1.6 MB/s | 1.7 kB 00:00 Importing GPG key 0x442DF0F8: Userid : "PostgreSQL RPM Building Project <pgsqlrpms-hackers@pgfoundry.org>" Fingerprint: 68C9 E2B9 1A37 D136 FE74 D176 1F16 D2E1 442D F0F8 From : /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-PGDG Key imported successfully Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. Running transaction test Transaction test succeeded. Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Installing : postgresql13-libs-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 1/3 Running scriptlet: postgresql13-libs-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 1/3 Installing : postgresql13-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 2/3 Running scriptlet: postgresql13-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 2/3 Running scriptlet: postgresql13-server-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 3/3 Installing : postgresql13-server-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 3/3 Running scriptlet: postgresql13-server-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 3/3 Verifying : postgresql13-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 1/3 Verifying : postgresql13-libs-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 2/3 Verifying : postgresql13-server-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 3/3 Installed: postgresql13-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 postgresql13-libs-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 postgresql13-server-13.1-1PGDG.rhel8.x86_64 Complete!

    You need to execute following command once to initialize the Postgres database.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# /usr/pgsql-13/bin/postgresql-13-setup initdb Initializing database ... OK

    Enable and start Postgres database service.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# systemctl enable --now postgresql-13 Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/postgresql-13.service â /usr/lib/systemd/system/postgresql-13.service.

    Check the status of Postgres database service.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# systemctl status postgresql-13.service â postgresql-13.service - PostgreSQL 13 database server Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/postgresql-13.service; enabled; vend> Active: active (running) since Sun 2020-11-22 20:32:04 PKT; 24s ago Docs: https://www.postgresql.org/docs/13/static/ Process: 1598 ExecStartPre=/usr/pgsql-13/bin/postgresql-13-check-db-dir ${PGD> Main PID: 1603 (postmaster) Tasks: 8 (limit: 5879) Memory: 17.5M CGroup: /system.slice/postgresql-13.service ââ1603 /usr/pgsql-13/bin/postmaster -D /var/lib/pgsql/13/data/ ââ1605 postgres: logger ââ1607 postgres: checkpointer ââ1608 postgres: background writer ââ1609 postgres: walwriter ââ1610 postgres: autovacuum launcher ââ1611 postgres: stats collector ââ1612 postgres: logical replication launcher Nov 22 20:32:04 postgres-01.centlinux.com systemd[1]: Starting PostgreSQL 13 da> Nov 22 20:32:04 postgres-01.centlinux.com postmaster[1603]: 2020-11-22 20:32:04> Nov 22 20:32:04 postgres-01.centlinux.com postmaster[1603]: 2020-11-22 20:32:04> Nov 22 20:32:04 postgres-01.centlinux.com systemd[1]: Started PostgreSQL 13 dat>

    Check the version of installed PostgreSQL server.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# psql -V psql (PostgreSQL) 13.1

    Switch to postgres user and connect to psql shell to set admin user password.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# su - postgres [postgres@postgres-01 ~]$ psql psql (13.1) Type "help" for help. postgres=# ALTER USER postgres WITH PASSWORD '123'; ALTER ROLE postgres=# \q [postgres@postgres-01 ~]$ exit logout

     

    Configure Postgres Database Service for Network Access:

    PostgreSQL default service port is 5432/tcp. Execute the following command to verify that PostgreSQL service is listening on this port.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# ss -tulpn | grep 5432 tcp LISTEN 0 128 127.0.0.1:5432 0.0.0.0:* users:(("postmaster",pid=1603,fd=7)) tcp LISTEN 0 128 [::1]:5432 [::]:* users:(("postmaster",pid=1603,fd=6))

    As you may notice that the PostgreSQL service is initially runs on localhost interface only. However, to make our Postgres database available for network clients, you have to configure PostgreSQL to run on all (or on some specific) interfaces.

    For this purpose, you have to edit PostgreSQL configuration file in vim text editor.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# vi /var/lib/pgsql/13/data/postgresql.conf

    Search for following directive therein.

    # listen_addresses = 'localhost'

    And replace it with the following directive.

    listen_addresses = '*'

    Your Postgres database service is now configured to listen on all network interfaces.

    Allow network clients to access PostgreSQL service in pg_hba.conf file.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# echo "host all all 192.168.116.0/24 md5" >> /var/lib/pgsql/13/data/pg_hba.conf

    Restart Postgres database service to apply changes.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# systemctl restart postgresql-13.service

    Again check the network services by using ss command.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# ss -tulpn | grep 5432 tcp LISTEN 0 128 0.0.0.0:5432 0.0.0.0:* users:(("postmaster",pid=1781,fd=6)) tcp LISTEN 0 128 [::]:5432 [::]:* users:(("postmaster",pid=1781,fd=7))

    Postgres Service is now running on all network interfaces.

     

    Configure Linux Firewall for Postgres Database Service:

    In CentOS 8, we already have a firewall service for PostgreSQL, therefore we are allowing it by using firewall-cmd command. However, you can create a custom firewall service of your own, if your PostgreSQL server is configured to listen on a non-default port.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=postgresql success [root@postgres-01 ~]# firewall-cmd --reload success

    Postgres database server has been installed on Linux server.

     

    Installing pgAdmin Yum Repository on CentOS 8:

    pgAdmin is a popular web interface for database administration of PostgreSQL databases.

    Although pgAdmin is also provided within PostgreSQL official yum repositories. But it doesn’t work on our CentOS 8 server.

    Therefore, we are installing the latest stable version of pgAdmin from pgAdmin official yum repository.

    For this purpose, first you need to remove the PostgreSQL yum repositories from your Linux server.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf remove -y pgdg-redhat-repo Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ Package Architecture Version Repository Size ================================================================================ Removing: pgdg-redhat-repo noarch 42.0-14 @@commandline 11 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ Remove 1 Package Freed space: 11 k Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. Running transaction test Transaction test succeeded. Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Erasing : pgdg-redhat-repo-42.0-14.noarch 1/1 Verifying : pgdg-redhat-repo-42.0-14.noarch 1/1 Removed: pgdg-redhat-repo-42.0-14.noarch Complete!

    Now, add the pgAdmin official yum repository in your Linux operating system.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf install -y https://ftp.postgresql.org/pub/pgadmin/pgadmin4/yum/pgadmin4-redhat-repo-1-1.noarch.rpm Last metadata expiration check: 1 day, 1:30:15 ago on Sun 22 Nov 2020 08:26:21 PM PKT. pgadmin4-redhat-repo-1-1.noarch.rpm 1.2 kB/s | 6.6 kB 00:05 Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ Package Architecture Version Repository Size ================================================================================ Installing: pgadmin4-redhat-repo noarch 1-1 @commandline 6.6 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ Install 1 Package Total size: 6.6 k Installed size: 4.0 k Downloading Packages: Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. Running transaction test Transaction test succeeded. Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Installing : pgadmin4-redhat-repo-1-1.noarch 1/1 Verifying : pgadmin4-redhat-repo-1-1.noarch 1/1 Installed: pgadmin4-redhat-repo-1-1.noarch Complete!

    You are also required to install EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) yum repository, because pgAdmin requires some software packages that are not available in standard yum repositories.

    Use dnf command and install EPEL yum repository.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf install -y epel-release Last metadata expiration check: 0:01:00 ago on Mon 23 Nov 2020 09:57:16 PM PKT. Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ Package Architecture Version Repository Size ================================================================================ Installing: epel-release noarch 8-8.el8 extras 23 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ Install 1 Package Total download size: 23 k Installed size: 32 k Downloading Packages: epel-release-8-8.el8.noarch.rpm 31 kB/s | 23 kB 00:00 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total 13 kB/s | 23 kB 00:01 Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. Running transaction test Transaction test succeeded. Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Installing : epel-release-8-8.el8.noarch 1/1 Running scriptlet: epel-release-8-8.el8.noarch 1/1 Verifying : epel-release-8-8.el8.noarch 1/1 Installed: epel-release-8-8.el8.noarch Complete!

    Build cache for newly installed yum repositories.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf makecache CentOS-8 - AppStream 2.1 kB/s | 4.3 kB 00:02 CentOS-8 - Base 3.7 kB/s | 3.9 kB 00:01 CentOS-8 - Extras 768 B/s | 1.5 kB 00:02 Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux Modular 8 - 24 kB/s | 98 kB 00:04 Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 8 - x86_64 92 kB/s | 8.3 MB 01:32 pgadmin4 1.1 kB/s | 2.9 kB 00:02 Metadata cache created.

     

    Installing pgAdmin Web UI on CentOS 8:

    All repositories has been added. You can now install pgAdmin by using dnf command.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf install -y pgadmin4 ... Installed: apr-1.6.3-9.el8.x86_64 apr-util-1.6.1-6.el8.x86_64 apr-util-bdb-1.6.1-6.el8.x86_64 apr-util-openssl-1.6.1-6.el8.x86_64 avahi-libs-0.7-19.el8.x86_64 centos-logos-httpd-80.5-2.el8.noarch cups-libs-1:2.2.6-33.el8.x86_64 dejavu-fonts-common-2.35-6.el8.noarch dejavu-sans-fonts-2.35-6.el8.noarch fontconfig-2.13.1-3.el8.x86_64 fontpackages-filesystem-1.44-22.el8.noarch glx-utils-8.4.0-4.20181118git1830dcb.el8.x86_64 graphite2-1.3.10-10.el8.x86_64 harfbuzz-1.7.5-3.el8.x86_64 httpd-2.4.37-21.module_el8.2.0+494+1df74eae.x86_64 httpd-filesystem-2.4.37-21.module_el8.2.0+494+1df74eae.noarch httpd-tools-2.4.37-21.module_el8.2.0+494+1df74eae.x86_64 libICE-1.0.9-15.el8.x86_64 libSM-1.2.3-1.el8.x86_64 libX11-1.6.8-3.el8.x86_64 libX11-common-1.6.8-3.el8.noarch libX11-xcb-1.6.8-3.el8.x86_64 libXau-1.0.8-13.el8.x86_64 libXdamage-1.1.4-14.el8.x86_64 libXext-1.3.3-9.el8.x86_64 libXfixes-5.0.3-7.el8.x86_64 libXrender-0.9.10-7.el8.x86_64 libXxf86vm-1.1.4-9.el8.x86_64 libglvnd-1:1.2.0-6.el8.x86_64 libglvnd-egl-1:1.2.0-6.el8.x86_64 libglvnd-glx-1:1.2.0-6.el8.x86_64 libjpeg-turbo-1.5.3-10.el8.x86_64 libwayland-client-1.17.0-1.el8.x86_64 libwayland-server-1.17.0-1.el8.x86_64 libxcb-1.13.1-1.el8.x86_64 libxshmfence-1.3-2.el8.x86_64 mailcap-2.1.48-3.el8.noarch mesa-libEGL-19.3.4-2.el8.x86_64 mesa-libGL-19.3.4-2.el8.x86_64 mesa-libgbm-19.3.4-2.el8.x86_64 mesa-libglapi-19.3.4-2.el8.x86_64 mod_http2-1.11.3-3.module_el8.2.0+486+c01050f0.1.x86_64 pcre2-utf16-10.32-1.el8.x86_64 pgadmin4-4.28-1.el8.noarch pgadmin4-desktop-4.28-1.el8.x86_64 pgadmin4-server-4.28-1.el8.x86_64 pgadmin4-web-4.28-1.el8.noarch python3-mod_wsgi-4.6.4-4.el8.x86_64 python3-pip-9.0.3-16.el8.noarch python3-setuptools-39.2.0-5.el8.noarch python36-3.6.8-2.module_el8.1.0+245+c39af44f.x86_64 qt5-qtbase-5.12.5-4.el8.x86_64 qt5-qtbase-common-5.12.5-4.el8.noarch qt5-qtbase-gui-5.12.5-4.el8.x86_64 xcb-util-0.4.0-10.el8.x86_64 xcb-util-image-0.4.0-9.el8.x86_64 xcb-util-keysyms-0.4.0-7.el8.x86_64 xcb-util-renderutil-0.3.9-10.el8.x86_64 xcb-util-wm-0.4.1-12.el8.x86_64 Complete!

    To configure SELinux policies, the pgAdmin setup script requires semanage command, which is provided in policycoreutils-python-utils packages. Therefore, you should install it before executing pgAdmin setup script.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# dnf install -y policycoreutils-python-utils Last metadata expiration check: 0:12:43 ago on Mon 23 Nov 2020 10:12:00 PM PKT. Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ Package Arch Version Repo Size ================================================================================ Installing: policycoreutils-python-utils noarch 2.9-9.el8 BaseOS 251 k Installing dependencies: checkpolicy x86_64 2.9-1.el8 BaseOS 348 k python3-audit x86_64 3.0-0.17.20191104git1c2f876.el8 BaseOS 86 k python3-libsemanage x86_64 2.9-2.el8 BaseOS 127 k python3-policycoreutils noarch 2.9-9.el8 BaseOS 2.2 M python3-setools x86_64 4.2.2-2.el8 BaseOS 601 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ Install 6 Packages Total download size: 3.6 M Installed size: 11 M Downloading Packages: (1/6): python3-audit-3.0-0.17.20191104git1c2f87 27 kB/s | 86 kB 00:03 (2/6): policycoreutils-python-utils-2.9-9.el8.n 44 kB/s | 251 kB 00:05 (3/6): python3-libsemanage-2.9-2.el8.x86_64.rpm 46 kB/s | 127 kB 00:02 (4/6): checkpolicy-2.9-1.el8.x86_64.rpm 40 kB/s | 348 kB 00:08 (5/6): python3-setools-4.2.2-2.el8.x86_64.rpm 85 kB/s | 601 kB 00:07 (6/6): python3-policycoreutils-2.9-9.el8.noarch 125 kB/s | 2.2 MB 00:18 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total 147 kB/s | 3.6 MB 00:25 Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. Running transaction test Transaction test succeeded. Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Installing : python3-setools-4.2.2-2.el8.x86_64 1/6 Installing : python3-libsemanage-2.9-2.el8.x86_64 2/6 Installing : python3-audit-3.0-0.17.20191104git1c2f876.el8.x86_64 3/6 Installing : checkpolicy-2.9-1.el8.x86_64 4/6 Installing : python3-policycoreutils-2.9-9.el8.noarch 5/6 Installing : policycoreutils-python-utils-2.9-9.el8.noarch 6/6 Running scriptlet: policycoreutils-python-utils-2.9-9.el8.noarch 6/6 Verifying : checkpolicy-2.9-1.el8.x86_64 1/6 Verifying : policycoreutils-python-utils-2.9-9.el8.noarch 2/6 Verifying : python3-audit-3.0-0.17.20191104git1c2f876.el8.x86_64 3/6 Verifying : python3-libsemanage-2.9-2.el8.x86_64 4/6 Verifying : python3-policycoreutils-2.9-9.el8.noarch 5/6 Verifying : python3-setools-4.2.2-2.el8.x86_64 6/6 Installed: checkpolicy-2.9-1.el8.x86_64 policycoreutils-python-utils-2.9-9.el8.noarch python3-audit-3.0-0.17.20191104git1c2f876.el8.x86_64 python3-libsemanage-2.9-2.el8.x86_64 python3-policycoreutils-2.9-9.el8.noarch python3-setools-4.2.2-2.el8.x86_64 Complete!

    The pgAdmin software comes with a well written configuration script to configure pgAdmin web service. Execute it to create a admin user, configure SELinux policies and Apache web server to deploy pgAdmin web service.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# /usr/pgadmin4/bin/setup-web.sh Setting up pgAdmin 4 in web mode on a Redhat platform... Creating configuration database... NOTE: Configuring authentication for SERVER mode. Enter the email address and password to use for the initial pgAdmin user account: Email address: ahmer@postgres-01.centlinux.com Password: Retype password: pgAdmin 4 - Application Initialisation ====================================== Creating storage and log directories... Configuring SELinux... The Apache web server is not running. We can enable and start the web server for you to finish pgAdmin 4 installation. Continue (y/n)? y Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/httpd.service â /usr/lib/systemd/system/httpd.service. Apache successfully enabled. Apache successfully started. You can now start using pgAdmin 4 in web mode at http://127.0.0.1/pgadmin4

    The above script installs a configuration file (/etc/httpd/conf.d/pgadmin4.conf) to deploy pgAdmin on Apache web server.

    No customization is required in this file. You are only required to enable and start httpd service.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# systemctl enable --now httpd.service Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/httpd.service â /usr/lib/systemd/system/httpd.service.

    Configure Linux firewall to allow incoming traffic to Apache web server.

    [root@postgres-01 ~]# firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=http success [root@postgres-01 ~]# firewall-cmd --reload success

    Open URL http://postgres-01.centlinux.com/pgadmin4/ in a web browser.

    01-install-postgresql-pgadmin-on-centos-8-login

    Login to pgAdmin as admin user that we have created by setup-web.sh script.

    02-install-postgresql-pgadmin-on-centos-8-dashboard

    After successful login, you may reach at the pgAdmin dashboard.

    To add your PostgreSQL database server in pgAdmin inventory, click on "Add New Server".

    03-install-postgresql-pgadmin-on-centos-8-add-new-server-general

    Provide the Server name and click on “Connection” tab.

    04-install-postgresql-pgadmin-on-centos-8-add-new-server-connection

    Provide the database connection information in this dialog box as we did in the above screenshots.

    Click on "Save".

    05-install-postgresql-pgadmin-on-centos-8-dashboard

    Our Postgres database server has been added in pgAdmin. You can see a tree of you database server in the left side panel.

     

    Conclusion:

    In this installation guide, you have learned how to install PostgreSQL with pgAdmin on CentOS 8 server. For learning more about Postgres databases, we recommend that you should read Learn PostgreSQL: Build and manage high-performance database solutions using PostgreSQL 12 and 13 by Packt Publishing

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