Thanks for the reply. The problem was that I wasn't giving postmaster
the '-i' flag. Thanks to Aarni for suggesting this solution.
On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, Tom Lane wrote:
> Nathan Wilson <velosa(at)cinenet(dot)net> writes:
> > I got all the pieces compiled (Python 2.2b3, MacOSX 10.1, PostgreSQL
> > 7.2b3, mx.DateTime 2.0.2). Python and PostgreSQL are both working, but
> > when I try to connect to the DB from Python I get 'Connection refused' and
> > it asks if the server is accepting TCP/IP connections on port 5432. If I
> > give psql that as the explicit port it does just fine.
> Is it possible that in the Python case, PG sees the connection as coming
> from your actual IP address and not from 127.0.0.1? You might try
> adding an entry to pg_hba.conf for your machine's IP address.
> (Don't forget that 7.2 requires you to SIGHUP the postmaster to get it
> to notice pg_hba.conf changes.)
> regards, tom lane
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