Alex Hunsaker wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 05:50, Magnus Hagander <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net> wrote:
> $ SSLVERIFY=cn ./psql junk -h 192.168.0.2
> psql: server common name 'bahdushka' does not match hostname
> '192.168.0.2'FATAL: no pg_hba.conf entry for host "192.168.0.2", user
> "alex", database "junk", SSL off
It needs to be PGSSLVERIFY if it's an environment variable. sslverify is
the connection parameter.
I think that's confusing your tests all the way through :(
Also, I'd recommend running the server with a log on a different console
or to a file so you don't get client and server error messages mixed up.
> $ SSLVERIFY=none ./psql junk -h bahdushka
> psql: root certificate file (/home/alex/.postgresql/root.crt)
Is that really the whole error message, or was it cut off? Because if it
is, then that is certainly a bug!
> But other than that looks good other than the promised documentation
> and the mem leak Tom Lane noted. (unless I missed an updated patch?)
I think you did, because there is certainly docs in the last one I sent
:-) But here's the very latest-and-greatest - I changed the cn matching
to be case insensitive per offlist comment from Dan Kaminsky, and an
internal return type to bool instead of int.
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