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From Justin Walgran <>
Subject Re: Snow Leopard
Date Sat, 12 Sep 2009 15:47:31 GMT
Well done! Thanks.

After running through your steps, I can launch couchdb using './utils/run'
however when I try 'sudo -i couchdb couchdb' I get nothing. No crash, no
console messages, nada. /usr/local/var/log/couchdb is empty.

How can I find out what is choking the couchdb startup process?


On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 11:45 PM, Trevor Turk <> wrote:

> With the generous help of davisp in #couchdb, I was able to get
> CouchDB working, it would seem, on Snow Leopard.
> I've done up some shoddy instructions on what I did here:
> The basics are installing everything from MacPorts, then uninstalling
> the couchdb port (which doesn't seem to work quite right). Then, you
> install couchdb from source, fix the permissions, and set it up to
> startup on boot.
> I think this should all be fine, but feedback is more than welcome.
> Thanks!
> - Trevor

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