I'm currently running 7.1.2 on OpenBSD 2.9-current. I am attempting to
connect to a database over IP, so I have the following 'start' command
in my /etc/rc.local:
su postgres -c '/usr/local/pgsql/bin/pg_ctl -o "-i" -D /web/databases -l
/web/databases/logfile.log start > /dev/null'
Also, I have the following in my /web/databases/pg_hba.conf
('/web/databases' is set up as $PGDATA):
host all xxx.xxx.xx.0 255.255.255.0 crypt passwd
(obviously, the 'xxx.xxx.xx.0' is my host set.)
I have also created the file /web/databases/passwd which contains the
username/password pair I wish to use to connect to the database.
So, after all this, I have a jdbc connection URL of:
jdbc:postgresql://[my host]/[my db]
(as per the spec)
I also pass in the username and password that I set up using pg_passwd.
Of course, if it worked, I wouldn't have just written all of that :)
The JDBC driver claims "Password authentication failed for user 'XXXX'"
So, does anyone have any ideas?
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