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debian-postgresql list closed and postgresql problem


there was a debian-postgresql list but it seems to have died ... :-(

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And this is the problem I wanted to discuss.  I hope this is the nect
apropriate place for this kind of problems ...

Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 14:39:23 +0200 (CEST)
From: Andreas Tille <tillea@rki.de>
To: Debian PostgreSQL Liste <debian-postgresql@cochrane.atnet.at>
Subject: Problems connection via TCP/IP on SParc


I compiled the Woody backport 7.3.4-2.woody.2 from Oliver on a Sparc machine.
When I used the normal stable 7.2.1-2woody package I was able to connect via
TCP/IP.  When I installed the backport mentioned above I did not changed any
configuration file but TCP/IP connections even from localhost failed.

First I had

   # grep tcpip /etc/postgresql/postgresql.conf
   tcpip_socket = on

I detected a change in the syntax of this file for more recent postgresql versions
and changed to

   # grep tcpip /etc/postgresql/postgresql.conf
   tcpip_socket = true

But on both systems a

   > psql -h localhost template1

fails. (I did not changed the port and also

   > psql -p 5432 -h localhost template1

fails as well.

Any hint whether there is a general problem on Sparc?

I tested this in an unstable chroot on i386 with 7.3.4 and had no problems at
all.  Even a connection from different host works perfectly.

Kind regards


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