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Re: Logging attempt to connect with odbc

From: "Fred Parkinson" <fredp(at)abag(dot)ca(dot)gov>
To: <pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Logging attempt to connect with odbc
Date: 2011-06-08 17:04:26
Message-ID: 4DEF492A020000A700017B55@gwia1.abag.ca.gov (view raw or flat)
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I am using:
postgres odbc version: 7.03.02.00 (been using this successfully for about 10 years)
server version 8.1.22
running on a (virtualized) Suse Linux 10.1 instance
 
Digging into the results of a search on 'log files' I figured out where they are and how to configure server log output (mostly), but cannot interpret the results
 
(new) postgresql.conf settings:
log_error_verbosity = verbose
log_connections = on
log_line_prefix = '%t %d %u %r'
log_min_error_statement = info
log_min_duration_statement = 0
 
Log results of trying to establish an odbc connection from a windos machine:
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT [unknown] [unknown] LOG:  00000: connection received: host=172.16.2.42 port=3534  (172.16.2.42 is my windows intranet ip address)
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT [unknown] [unknown] LOCATION:  BackendRun, postmaster.c:2712
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: connection authorized: user=postgres database=timecard_development
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  BackendRun, postmaster.c:2782
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 0.162 ms  statement:  
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 0.689 ms  statement: select version()
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 0.139 ms  statement: set DateStyle to 'ISO'
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 0.028 ms  statement: set geqo to 'OFF'
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 0.058 ms  statement: set extra_float_digits to 2
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 1.584 ms  statement: select oid from pg_type where typname='lo'
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOG:  00000: duration: 0.130 ms  statement: select pg_client_encoding()
2011-06-08 07:49:01 PDT timecard_development postgres 172.16.2.42(3534)LOCATION:  exec_simple_query, postgres.c:1105 
 that's it. that's all I get before Windows reports that "a connection could not be made (with) ... the connection parameters..."
Perhaps there is another configuration parameter I can set to get more information, or set the ones described above to something else?

Or perhaps the information I need is here but I can't interpret it?

 All help is greatly appreciated.

Fred

 
 

>>> Craig Ringer  06/07/2011 9:57 PM >>>
Please read: http://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/Guide_to_reporting_problems
and try again. Insufficient information.

-- 
Craig Ringer

Tech-related writing at http://soapyfrogs.blogspot.com/

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