2009/8/27 Jalaj Negi <jalajsinghnegi(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> I tried by setting the requirement for certificates only on non-localhost addresses. It works perfectly fine in that case.
> Whats the solution in case of requesting client certificates on localhost connection?
> One temporary solution I found for above question is to set PGSSLCERT, PGSSLKEY, PGSSLROOTCERT, PGSSLCRL
> as system environment variables and let them point to valid client certificate, key, root certificate and crl. Then I rebooted
> my windows machine and database server started perfectly fine.
> Is this solution fine or some fix is needed in code?
I think that qualifies as a workaround, but we need to find a proper
solution. If that takes an API change (the discussions about a "ping"
function), that's not going to be until 8.5 though.
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