However, modern versions of Postgre SQL make maintenance automatically.
Here's what makes Poker Copilot a compelling alternative to Hold'em Manager.
Hold’em Manager needs a separate product installed on your computer called Postgre SQL.
Pokud ti to nepůjde změnit, tak si vytvoř úplně novou.
Yes, Hand2Note uses Postgre SQL to store statistical data.
You get to concentrate on your poker game, instead of keeping a separate database product running, with the necessary backups and maintenance and updates that it requires. That price includes all stake levels for cash games and tournaments. It includes our leak detectors too, which our an optional extra on Hold’em Manager. Poker Copilot is fully translated into French, Italian, German, Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Our design principle in Poker Copilot is that we should hide all the complicated configuration options that have nothing to do with playing poker. Our team, based in Barcelona, Spain, includes speakers of several languages, and so we can often support you in your mother tongue. Ask our support team in your language, and we’ll answer in your language.
What exactly happens to your database when you say its corrupt? I have to close it and start it again to restart the process of import.
I use CC Cleaner and JV16 registry cleaner and my computer works just fine with every other software I got.Please see this FAQ to alleviate any security bottlenecks: HM2 use You can try a clean postgres install as well: Please uninstall postgresql.1) Open the command prompt, running as administrator (right click it in start - accessories, choose run as administrator) 2) Type: net user postgres /del hit enter 3) restart 4) Now reinstall postgres.Poker Copilot has power, but we hide that behind a user interface that makes it easy to find things, easy to track your playing style, and easy to change things to help the way you play. Hold’em Manager is one of the dominant products in poker tracking.When you are ready to access the full power of Poker Copilot, the advanced options are always just a click or two away. In 2014 Hold’em Manager and Poker Tracker merged to become one company with two products.I'm seriously thinking about buying Poker Tracker since I'm losing so much time fixing HM2 problems.