Re: Postgresql is not accepting TCP/IP connections.>ITS WORKING
Thanks for all the help.
On versions to 7.2 the startup script looked in /etc/postgresql/postgresql.conf for the option
tcpip_socket = true to be set and put the -i.
I figured out now that in version 7.4 you have to set the option in
postmaster.conf as: POSTMASTER_OPTIONS="-i"
restarting postgres and all works.....
I'm not sure if postgresql.conf still is used (don't think so).
On Tue, Feb 03, 2004 at 02:28:50PM +0100, Hans Steinraht wrote:
> hi there,
> I have upgraded to postgresql 7.4 on my debian unstable computer.
> Reloaded the databases and all seems to work fine (can connect to postgres
> with psql)
> The only waht not is working is that I cannot connect to postgresql through
> In /etc/postgresql.conf I have: tcpip_socket = true, but its not working.
> Can anyone give me some advice what to do.
> thanks in advance,
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