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pg_ctl - starts/stops/restarts the PostgreSQL server

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pg_ctl.exe. What is it?

The pg_ctl.exe is a pg_ctl - starts/stops/restarts the PostgreSQL server.

This file is part of PostgreSQL. Pg_ctl.exe is developed by PostgreSQL Global Development Group. It’s a hidden file. Pg_ctl.exe is usually located in the %PROGRAM_FILES% sub-folder and its usual size is 75,207 bytes.


The pg_ctl.exe process is safe, and you can safely disable it.

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Author: PostgreSQL Global Development GroupProcess: pg_ctl - starts/stops/restarts the PostgreSQL serverPart Of: PostgreSQLCommon path(s): subfolder in %PROGRAM_FILES%Keywords(s): hiddenFilesize(s): 75,207 bytes, 79,324 bytes, 67,062 bytes

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