> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Drahos [mailto:pdrahos(at)mediaone(dot)net]
> Sent: 07 October 2001 16:02
> To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Cc: Dave Page
> Subject: RE: [ODBC] Please HELP ODBC connection problems
> Hello again,
> >What hostname/ip address are you specifying in the pgAdmin logon
> >dialogue - is it definitely a match for one of your pg_hba.conf
> below is My pg_hba.conf and in the dialog box for Connect to
> Server I am using server 192.168.0.5 port 5432 Username
> postgres I have no password setup at this point. As far as I
> understand the pg_hba.conf file my setting right now should let
> all the connections in.
> Please correct me if I am wrong. Tx
That looks OK to me.
> >Also, does netstat -a on the server indicate that a process is
> >listening on port 5432?
> [root(at)pdlap init.d]# netstat -a
> I just cut out some of the lines from the netstat output
Again, that looks OK.
> >If not, try starting the postmaster with the -i option
> incase it's not
> >picking up the default options for some reason.
> I believe that I am starting postmaster with -i settings
> config files and
> and ps output below
Plenty of -i's there!
> Any further help will be appreciated. Thank you to all who responded.
I'm all out of suggestions I'm afraid - everything sounds just right. The
only other thing I can think to suggest is that you didn't make any typos in
the pgAdmin logon dialogue, but I assume you've already done this.
One last thought, if you're on a network with other users, check that none
of them have setup another machine using the same IP address as one of your
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