=?UTF-8?Q?Mindaugas_=C5=BDak=C5=A1auskas?= <mindas(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> I have a very weird problem related to establishing remote connections
> to PostgreSQL server and hopefully someone can give me some hints how
> can I debug this.
> The essence is that establishing remote connection takes anywhere from
> 10 to 30 seconds. Once connected, the queries are fast - it's just
> establishing new connection that takes ages.
Perhaps the problem is related to authentication - what auth mode
are you using, and can you experiment with some other ones?
What I'd do to start debugging this is to get out a packet sniffer
(wireshark or some such) and just observe the timings of packets sent
and received by Postgres. This would at least give you a hint which
step is the bottleneck.
> This problem is not
> applicable to establishing local connections: running psql command
> from the local machine takes no time to connect, same applies if a
> client connects to the PostgreSQL via ssh tunnel.
What about "psql -h localhost", ie physically local connection but
via TCP not unix socket?
regards, tom lane
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