On Wed, 2005-04-27 at 11:43, Vaneet Sharma wrote:
> I am using postgreSQL 8.0.2
> I configured the database, started postmaster. It is running well. I
> can check and see it with ps anx command.
> I am running postgreSQL on centos 3.4 and Centos 4.0 machines
> Well, I created a database called test as well by command line on
> secure CRT
> Now the problem is that:
> When I try to connect to my server using pgAdminIII, it is giving me
> the following error :
> "Error connecting to the server: could not connect to the server: No
> route to host ( 0X00002751/10065).
> Is the server running on host 212.xx.xxx.xxx and accepting TCP/IP
> connections on port 5432? "
> I have read pg_hba file and also included the IP entry of my machine
> from which I am connecting
> Entry Is below:
> host all all 192.168.50.122 255.255.255.0
This sounds like a networking problem right now.
I note that the IP you're trying to connect to has a 212.xxx.xxx.xxx
while the host you're connecting from needs to be 192.168.xxx.xxx.
Since 192.168 is generally not routed around a lot, I'm guessing you've
got a dns / etc/hosts issue but can't really be sure.
what does 'traceroute dbhostname' say?
In response to
pgsql-admin by date
|Next:||From: Tom Lane||Date: 2005-04-27 17:27:30|
|Subject: Re: security via views |
|Previous:||From: Vaneet Sharma||Date: 2005-04-27 16:43:42|
|Subject: Client Authentication problem|