Install PostgreSQL 11 on Mac OS X via brew
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Firstly we need to tap brew for postgresql version 11.
brew tap petere/postgresql
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Install Postgresql 11 on mac
Now you can search for available postgresql packages using the following command
brew search postgresql
It will list all the available postgresql packages.
Now you can use the following command to install the postgresql 11 on Mac OS X.
brew install petere/postgresql/postgresql@11
Now postgresql database is setup and you can login and create new users and password.
If you got some issues installing postgresql on mac please feel free to comment below.