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allowing users to change the IP-addresses that are allowed to connect to postgresql

From: stig erikson <stigerikson_nospam_(at)yahoo(dot)se>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: allowing users to change the IP-addresses that are allowed to connect to postgresql
Date: 2004-09-16 17:30:25
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Hello.
I have a postgresql 7.4.5 running.
On the server i have a few databases, all owned and administered by 
different users.
The users sometimes change access-rules to their databases, in 
particular they change access rules based on IP-addresses, which i have 
to do for them manually in pg_hba.conf.

is there some way to avoid the pg_hba.conf-file?
optimally i would like the access rights to be stored with the user 
and/or the database and tables. is this possible?
allowing users to change them selfs.

if not in 7.4.5, is it planned for 7.5 or 8.0?

/stig

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