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 -i for postmaster
Author: Drew Sullivan 
Date:   28-10-01 18:59

(posted by Dan Langille)

You might not be able to connect to your PostgreSQL database if you didn't put -i on the startup line for postmaster.

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 Re: -i for postmaster
Author: ssssss24 
Date:   03-01-03 10:54

you can edit the file: postgresql.conf set tcpip_sock = true

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I had a question,can you help me?
look the case:

I create a db named [mydb].And create a user "mydb" for the database [mydb], I use the parameter "-i" startup the postgresql
server
(the file pg_hba.conf added this line:

host mydb mydb 192.168.0.178 255.255.255.0 trust).

at client , I use pgAdmin(for win) to connected the server,but it ask me:
"No pg_hba.conf entry for host 192.168.0.178,user mydb"

Thanks!!

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