David Lloyd-Jones wrote:
> From: "Christopher Sawtell" <csawtell(at)xtra(dot)co(dot)nz>
> > On Wed, 02 Aug 2000, David Lloyd-Jones wrote:
> > > "David Lloyd-Jones" <david(dot)lloyd-jones(at)netcom(dot)ca> wrote:
> > > > How can this be? Isn't this a contradiction of some sort?
> > > Contradiction. so what else is new?
> > I get that situation too. There is something strangely amiss with the
> > script. I just do not use it.
> Dunno about that: I was starting up with Lamar Owen's postgresql start|stop
> script, so the pg_ctrl thing doesn't apply, does it?
Yes, it does for 7.0.2's script. And it's pg_ctl, with no r.
> See Tom Lane's plausible explanation a couple of days ago in this thread.
First, try to ping localhost and see what happens. If that doesn't
work, you have a basic network misconfiguration somewhere you're going
to have to trace down.
Next,`attempt to telnet to localhost -- if that doesn't work, you still
have a network problem.
Postmaster can't listen on a nonexistent network interface, even with
This may also explain AOLserver not listening on port 80 -- what does
AOLserver's error log say about where nssock is listening?
To check for Apache installation, use 'rpm -qa|grep apache'....
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