On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 2:44 AM, Craig James <craig_james(at)emolecules(dot)com> wrote:
> We had to temporarily assign two IP addresses to our servers. After doing
> so and rebooting, Londiste will start, but it just sits there doing nothing.
> The logfile has zero bytes, and it doesn't seem to connect to either the
> master or the slave database.
> We reconfigured Postgres to listen on both addresses, but the /etc/hosts
> tables still point to the original addresses (that is, the second IP address
> shouldn't matter). But I can connect to Postgres on either IP address on
> all servers.
> All other Postgres applications work. I can use psql, and our Perl DBI and
> PHP applications all work with no problems.
> When I invoke "londiste.py --verbose ...", the log file says:
> 2011-08018 16:35:47,250 22074 DEBUG Attaching
> And that's all. Nothing more ever happens.
> Help? Thanks!
Does the exact connect string you use in londiste config work
with psql? Like so:
$ psql -d 'connstr'
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