thomas.gutzmann at gutzmann.com
Mon Jan 31 01:28:42 EST 2005
on my mac it works with:
pg_ctl start -D /usr/local/pgsql/data -l /usr/local/pgsql/logfile -o -i
local all all
host all all 127.0.0.1 255.255.255.255
host all all 10.0.2.11 255.255.255.255
host all all ::1
10.0.2.11 is the address of my workstation in the LAN.
So this is that what you've done, and it should work. BUT: don't forget
to open you firewall for 5432:
- open system preferences -> sharing -> firewall
- click on "New"
- add "other" with port number 5432 and give it a nice name
- enable this port
As Len Morgan wrote in his response, test the connection with psql
before working with Rev. If you don't have Postgres on the remote node,
you can try "telnet hershel.local.net 5432" to see if there is a
connection at all (end it with QUIT).
Am 31.01.2005 um 05:28 schrieb Hershel Fisch:
> Hi all, I'm trying to get my postgres to work on a network, I tried to
> 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 … then if I started it without the -Iflag it starts but
> accept any tcp/ip connections even locally so I started it with the –I
> ,but wouldn’t 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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