On Tue, 25 Aug 1998, Gilles Darold wrote:
> I have a little problem with connecting a Java standalone application
> and Postgresql 6.3.2. In fact it doesn't connect.
> Before sending you the error output, is anybody can tell me if I have
> to declare a user/password in the h_dba_conf if I want this to work?
> I ask this because I can't test this now. Could you give me the way?
1: Make sure you start the postmaster with -i (to enable TCP/IP)
2: have the clients ip/subnet-mask in pg_hba.conf (true for all
3: create the users within the database (login as the DBA, and use
Send the error, as it usually indicates where the problem lies.
> PS: I heard some news about PostgreSQL crash. For me, I use Postgres from
> the beginning (it was Postgres95) and I never see a backend crash. Ok I
> don't do many things with my databases and there are small but never one
> problem... All my gratitude to the contributors.
I get them occasionally with the stable releases, but it's usually when
I've done something stupid, or just hammered the server.
Peter T Mount peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk
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