Activating tcp/ip listening is different than 7.*. You need to
uncomment the following line in your postgresql.conf and change it to
listen on a specified interface or '*' for all interfaces.
Then restart the service.
Another very useful parameter on Windows to change is to change the
log_destination to 'eventlog'. That way if the service does not start,
you can go to the event log and get some fairly detailed information
about what is wrong.
[mailto:pgsql-admin-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of Werner Bohl
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 10:30 AM
Subject: [ADMIN] TCP/IP access in Postgresql 8 Windows
I'm pretty versed in Postgresql version 7.* on Linux. Need to setup a
8.* server on Windows. Postgresql 8 is rejecting TCP/IP connections.
Tried to acivate tcpip_sockets, as in the 7.4.* versions, configuring
postgresql.conf param tcpip_sockets, but it is not recognized by version
8 (it even fails to start if included). Client IP's have an entry in
Is there any other task that must be done in order to get TCP/IP
Werner Bohl <WernerBohl(at)infutor(dot)com>
Infutor de Costa Rica S.A.
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