Yes, it is there
but when i strace postmaster on startup it never looks in /etc/hosts
На 10.11.2004 12:05 вие написахте:
> localhost should be defined in your hosts file, which in most unixoid
> environments is /etc/hosts. It is not an error.
> On Wed, 10 Nov 2004, Ivan Dimitrov wrote:
> > I have a database on a machine that does not know what localhost is. Yes,
> > I have 127.0.0.1, but I can't resolve localhost to it. I don't want to
> > start a caching dns, and don't want to change resolve.conf. Upon
> > starting, postgres gives error cannot bind to localhost. then starts
> > accepting connections to 127.0.0.1 normaly.
> > So, why does postgres try to resolve localhost in the first place?
> > Because of this error pg_autovacuum does not start.
> > --
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