len-morgan at crcom.net
Mon Jan 31 00:13:57 EST 2005
What version of Postgres are you using?
Have you tried connecting with psql (i.e., at the command line?) You
will need the -i flag (or setting the tcp/ip parameter in the
postgresql.conf file and restarting).
Also, is there any reason you aren't using pg_ctl to start the server?
I'm new to Revolution but I've using Postgresql since it was Postgres95,
so hopefully I've learned a little that could help you out.
Hershel Fisch wrote:
>Hi all, I'm trying to get my postgres to work on a network, I tried to mess
>around with the "pba_config" file
> host all all 0.0.0.0 trust
> started with "/usr/local/bin/postmaster -D /usr/local/pgsql/data -i" as I
>use it locally with RR and was not able to get it work on a network.
> I then tried to change the postgresql.config file and removed the "# " and
>changed tcp/ip to true , didn't do it . Then I changed it back to the way it
>was and Š then if I started it without the -Iflag it starts but wouldn¹t
>accept any tcp/ip connections even locally so I started it with the I flag
>,but wouldn¹t start "FATAL: postgresql.conf:1: syntax error, token="#"" .
>Now I can't start postgres with an -i flag at all.
> and how do I get the network working ? Mac 10.3.
> I really would appreciate the help.
> THANKS , A MILL. Hershel
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