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Upgraded postgresql from 9.2 to 9.6 but bitbucket still points to 9.2 at startup wizard

Im trying to use Bitbucket 7.6.0 and the default installed postgresql DB on my RHEL 7.8 machine is 9.2.24. I installed postgres 9.6 and enabled it with a SCL that when I run a postgres --version command it sees that postgres 9.6.19 is installed. The 9.2 version is still on my machine. when i run the bitbucket wizard and enter the database creds it says that the target DB is 9.2.24 instead of the latest version. How would I go about getting the bitbucket application to point to the 9.6 installation? 

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0 votes Hi! 

Welcome to the community. 

1. Please, check points to correct DB and service in config file.

2. Then you connect using local client psql to the configured db. 

3. Then check postgres server version



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