Balazs Wellisch wrote:
> Can anyone please tell me how to modify the postgresql startup script to
> accept TCP/IP connections? This is on a Redh Hat 9 machine running
> Postgresql 7.3.4 RPM installation. The RPMs were compiled from the SRPM
> available at postgresql.org.
I would recommend not to modify that script, if possible.
Instead, you should enable the appropriate option in your
postgres.conf file: tcpip_socket = on
For details on the configuration file, see the official docs
(look for "TCPIP_SOCKET"):
Note that you should also have a look at the pg_hba.conf
file, which controls access to databases by hosts and
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