On Oct 13, 2005, at 9:35 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
> "Thomas F. O'Connell" <tfo(at)sitening(dot)com> writes:
>> When I restart, everything seems to come up fine with the exception
>> that postmaster starts in a state such that it doesn't seem to be
>> accepting connections (either over UNIX or TCP/IP). As best I can
>> tell, it is using the init script to start postgres because
>> pg_autovacuum tries to start, too, and dies shortly after the box
>> comes up because it, too, cannot connect to postgres.
> hmmm ... maybe you need to start your DNS server first?
I'll check the order in which services are started. But would the DNS
server prevent UNIX socket connections?
>> Also, is there any way to get more status out of a postmaster if one
>> cannot connect to it?
> One thing I'd look into is exactly what ports it's listening to ---
> try lsof and/or netstat for this. Also, have you looked at the
> postmaster log?
I'll take a look at the ports. I was wondering about the best way to
The postmaster log gives no evidence of anything out of the ordinary.
Thomas F. O'Connell
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Nashville, TN 37203-6320
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