> > > PostgreSQL typically uses port 5432 for client-server communications.
> > > It would be a good idea to register this with IANA. This will help to
> > > avoid a clash with other services that might try to use the port.
> > > Might someone with a reasonable grasp of the low level messages in
> > > PostgreSQL care to submit a registration?
> > > http://www.iana.org/
> > > http://www.iana.org/cgi-bin/usr-port-number.pl
> > > http://www.isi.edu/in-notes/iana/assignments/port-numbers
> > This seems like a good idea. They seem to want a particular person's
> > name as contact, so I suppose one of the core group should do it.
> > Has anyone already initiated the process; if not, shall I?
> This seemed like a Marc job to me. Marc?
They ask for some (high level) details on the protocol features/packet
format. If Tom (or someone; could be me but I've been swamped) could
help out with a few sentences, we'll get this done a bit faster ;)
Presumably for port 5432 it is just the connection handshake stuff...
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