Originally Posted by bunzablood
could be your postgresql is corrupt, try updating that to the latest version, problem, I forgot my user credentials to update that, luckily I am only getting the problem you describe rarely (once in a month or so), but if it gets worse, I'm probably going to have to find a way to rebuild the database somehow or backup my dbase, uninstall, and then install a new clean HEM1 version from 1.11...or maybe just bite the bullet and go to HM2....
username is nearly always postgres, password either postgrespass or dbpass depending on if you had HEM or PT3 install the postgresql.
also you can remove the need for passwords for postgres without much fuss if need be.
Don't upgrade a major version of postgres (e.g. 8.x.x -> 9.x.x) without lots of backups and carefully following procedure (pg_dump with new version from old server, upgrade, restore from dump).