>The following bug has been logged online:
>Bug reference: 1442
>Logged by: Dennis HÃ¼bner
>Email address: huebner(at)te-systems(dot)de
>PostgreSQL version: 8.0
>Operating system: Windows XP Professional
>Description: No connection to Server
>I have trouble with newer versions of postgresql.
>On every version of postgresql the only thing I changed at the
>'postgresql.conf' is 'max_connections = 500'.
>Otherwise I used default installation.
>I'm using a telephony-system with 30 lines and I generate calls to this
>Now the system looks into the postgres-database if the calling
>present and after that receives the calls.
>With every older postgres-version up to 8.0.0-rc3 (this is the
>version) everything is all right.
>The database-system checks for the user and gives back the results.
>This works on all 30 lines parallel.
>On newer versions (higher than rc3) the connections were
>refused or could
>not be established by the server.
>Every time I get one of these error messages:
>- 'could not send SSL negotiation packet: The system cannot
>find the path
>- 'server closed the connection unexpectedly. This probably
>means the server
>- 'error while processing sql-command'
>I hope you can help me.
You need to look in your server logs (in the pg_log directory) for hints about what's wrong. The above output is only from the client.
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