The connection to the database is dropped occasionally (as far as I can
tell, independently of internet connectivity issues). I have experienced
this quite a lot. I do not think it is PgAdmin that drops the connection.
Could be postgres itself is dropping the connection.
There have been a number of requests for PgAdmin to ty to reestablish the
connection "behind the scenes" (at least once) before giving up and
reporting a lost connection.
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 1:11 PM, Guillaume Lelarge
> Le mardi 13 octobre 2009 à 19:59:04, John a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > I have a fellow assocate that uses pgAdmin3 remotely (he is in GA the DB
> > in CA). He insists that a "time out" is somewhere in pgAdmin. He loses
> > connection often. It has happen while are talking on Skype, or not
> > talking on Skype. It's also has happened while I was remotely
> > The point being that other programs using the internet do not appear to
> > disconnect. I too have experienced a disconnect. However, I have
> > blamed the poor internect connection I had at the time (like at a
> > Is there such a setting (time out) that controls pgAdmin3 connections? I
> > don't experience any disconnects but I'm on the lan and he's using the
> > wlan.
> No, there's no such thing. It may be related to your firewall or to
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