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RE: [NOVICE] Trouble with pg_hba.conf and Access.

From: "Henshall, Stuart - WCP" <SHenshall(at)westcountrypublications(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: "'Neal Lindsay'" <neal(dot)lindsay(at)peaofohio(dot)com>, pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: RE: [NOVICE] Trouble with pg_hba.conf and Access.
Date: 2001-07-10 09:38:05
Message-ID: E2870D8CE1CCD311BAF50008C71EDE8E01F7460B@MAIL_EXCHANGE (view raw or flat)
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Is it getting confused by the 0 in 192.168.0.100? (shot in the dark I know)
Does 
host all 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 trust
work?
Is an earlier bit of script causing the later one not to be read? Maybe
start clean.
Access 97 does work with PostgreSQL
Just some thoughts,
- Stuart

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Neal Lindsay [SMTP:neal(dot)lindsay(at)peaofohio(dot)com]
> Sent:	Monday, July 09, 2001 9:08 PM
> To:	pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject:	Re: [NOVICE] Trouble with pg_hba.conf and Access. 
> 
> At 03:43 PM 7/9/01 -0400, you wrote:
> >Neal Lindsay <neal(dot)lindsay(at)peaofohio(dot)com> writes:
> > > I am currently getting the following error when trying to connect to
> my
> > > PostgreSQL server on my LAN via Microsoft Access and ODBC.
> >
> > > No pg_hba.conf entry for host 192.168.0.100, user neal, database mydb 
> > (#210)
> >
> > > The confusing thing is that I have set up my pg_hba.conf file in my
> data
> > > directory.  The actual text follows:
> >
> > > local all     trust
> > > host  all     192.168.0.0     255.255.255.0   trust
> > > host  all     127.0.0.1       255.255.255.255 trust
> >
> >It sure looks like the second line should match that connection request.
> >I'd suggest double-checking for silly errors --- like, is the ODBC
> >driver really connecting to the machine you think it is?  Is the $PGDATA
> >directory you are putting the conf file into actually the same one the
> >postmaster is running in?
> >
> >Also, look in the postmaster's stderr log to see if any extra info is
> >recorded there.  (If you are starting the postmaster in a way that
> >discards stderr, like using -S or redirecting stderr to /dev/null,
> >now's a good time to stop.)
> >
> >                         regards, tom lane
> 
> 
> I know that I am connecting to the right machine - it's the only one 
> running postgresql on this network.  I double-checked the $PGDATA
> directory 
> - that's OK.  The log file just has the same error as the one that pops up
> 
> in a box on my Windows machine.  I'm really confused by this whole 
> problem.  I even tried connecting from an other computer here in the
> office 
> - same problem.
> 
> 

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