On Tue, Mar 06, 2001 at 01:19:38PM +1300, Jane G wrote:
> Sorry i have to bother you again. I followed your advise to use Cygwin
> 1.1.8-2 with cygwin1.dll(written in 20010216) from the snapshot list. Then
> i can start my postmaster. But when i tried to run 'psql -h localhost
> template1', it stucked. The error message is:
> "psql: connectDBStart() -- connect() failed: No such file
> Is the postmaster running at 'localhost'
> and accepting connections on Unix socket '5432'?"
> I checked my socket number and it was 5432.
> Could you give me another advise?
Kevin's howto is a "little" dated. You no longer need to use TCP/IP
sockets to connect to postmaster under Cygwin, you can now use the
default Unix domain sockets (as on other Unix platforms). Hence,
the solution to the problem above is to start psql *without* the "-h
localhost" option. Otherwise, you need to start postmaster with the
"-i" option which instructs it to listen on TCP/IP sockets too.
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