Originally Posted by Dr_Freeze
I checked the pokertracker forums and did a few searches in this thread and couldn't find this information...
I just got a new computer, and all I want to do is move my PT3 beta 11 database from one computer to the other. How does one go about this?
I know I could export all the hands and re-import them, but this question is more about understanding PostgreSQL. Where are the "database files" (in other words, the equivalent of the old hhdb.mdb and ptrack.mdb files) located and how does one transfer them to a different location/computer?
This is important to me mainly because both times I have exported and re-imported (once for beta 9 to beta 10 and once to relocate the beta 11 database), the numbers come out different (a few hands missing here or there, different won/loss totals for the same hand, etc.). The numbers are close enough that I'm not really that concerned about it, but still I'd like to just be able to "move" the actual database.
On a related note, is there a way to purge and re-import a single hand or single session?
With regards to your PostgreSQL questions, you'll get better responses if you ask on our forums.
There's currently no way of selectively purging hands from the database. This is one of the items on the top of my list though.
Originally Posted by Colombo
wrt the hud.
If you click someones stats to see all of their info, and their seat is located on the far right of your screen, the box that pops up is displayed outside of your monitor.
edit: this is also the case with someone sitting at the far bottom of your screen
This is a known problem and it will be resolved.
Originally Posted by chris228
can postgres 8.2 and 8.3 be installed simultaniously? So I can use 8.3 for PT3 and 8.2 for PT2. PT2 doenst support 8.3 as far as I know. But I guess 8.3 is better as 8.2 for PT3, isn't it?
Yes, you can have them installed side by side. Just make sure you choose a different port number for the second install. PostgreSQL 8.3 is faster than 8.2, but 8.2 works just fine otherwise.