On 9/7/06, barbara figueirido <barbara(at)bariloche(dot)com(dot)ar> wrote:
>> Obviously, a user getting involved with documentation (good rtfm
>> person) would make a difference. But seems that in general, the
>> wildcard '*' translates into the user mind as "this will represent a
>> security hazzard, so I will hardcode my ipaddress", and seriously, *I
>> don't know why* this allways fails.
It doesn't always fail, and it does make sense to pin it down to
one interface in a scenario where a machine has a public interface
to the internet as well as local network. I wouldn't want my server/
router/firewall to listen to postgres connections from the wild as
well as on the internal interface.
> Obviously this is no excuse for not having taken care of the differences of
> postgresql.conf and pg_hba.conf, which I'll try to bear in mind in
Quick question - I haven't seen a single mail of Guido's on the
list; did he respond to you in private, or do we have ourselves
a mail-transport problem?
> Tank you again to all of you,
Please don't top post, and don't use HTML e-Mail :} Make your quotes concise.
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