On 12/27/11 11:07 AM, Jacques Lamothe wrote:
> Hi, I have 2 cluster databases, running on the same host, Linux with
> redHat. My fist database port is set to default, 5432, but my second
> database port is set to 5436 in the postgresql.conf file. While
> everything is ok with local connections, I cannot connect remotely
> using any of my tools to the second database with port 5436, including
> pgAdmin. Please help. Any parameter that I need to modify for the new
> database with port 5436? I have attached the posgresql.conf.
is a linux firewall blocking incoming connections to 5436 ?
iptables -L -vn
to see the full set of firewall rules.
john r pierce N 37, W 122
santa cruz ca mid-left coast
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