On 20 Aug 2004 12:05:47 -0000, bala srini <bala(dot)srini(at)rediffmail(dot)com>
> I want to disconnect all already established REMOTE DB connections
> from the server without restarting the Postmaster daemon. Requirement is
> that diconnect should be done from the server side. Actually I tried to
> kill the corresponding process(Remote Db connection) in the server. But
> server is automatically respawning the connection. Can you please help
> me out in this?
In fact, I think it's not the server that respawn the connection but
simply the client that make a new connection when it goes disconnected.
Can't you use any firewall to simply block remote connection on the
postmaster host (or simply on the 5432 port)?
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