[CalendarServer-users] calendarserver, postgres and user administration (pgadmin?)

Andre LaBranche dre at apple.com
Wed May 30 13:20:48 PDT 2018


Operating on DB data directly is not safe until you thoroughly understand the schema and general operation of the service.

Please use the included command line tools which should be in the “bin” directory. Some of the man pages can be browsed here: https://github.com/apple/ccs-calendarserver/tree/master/doc

You probably want calendarserver_purge_principals for this task.


> On May 30, 2018, at 4:35 AM, M. Koehler <ml_calendarserver-users at controlc.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> I´ve installed calendarserver 9.1a1 under debian stretch as docker container and everything is running. But now I´ve a few active user on the server and some non-active users have test data in their accounts and I want to clean up these account before they could start using this server. How could I clean up these accounts? My first thoughts are that I have to clean them in the database but I didn´t get pgadmin working with the server. I don´t have any knowledge about postgresql :(. How could I set up a postgresql user and allow my pgadmin server (not on the same machine as calendarserver) to grant access? Could anybody please give me some hints?
> Best wishes,
> Michael
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