All users can connect to the database on both computers using either psql, or pgAdmin. There are some books on postgresql out there that you can get which might help as well. And it still did not work. The server name is correct, and I provided the default port 5432 in place of the empty string. For connecting from another windows pc other than the one postgres is running on the default postgresql. A graphical program can save you the trouble of having to learn some of the sql.
My web app was configured to talk to localhost for the db, but I was browsing it on 127. You really should create another database within postgres that your application will write to. Any idea what's causing this or what I can tweak to fix it? The order of the addresses is determined by the getaddrinfo system call, and more or less random. But another consideration is your postgresql port 5432 is very open to password attacks with hackers maybe they can brute force the password. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
If I hit refresh too quickly after the app restarted, it fell down. I am using the following include file: include I create the connection string using the following format. No password would be needed. Resolving that difference internally must take some time especially with the random order resolution. Connecting using this method still fails with the following error message.
Error Messages: The following error message means that the server is not running on the host. Wouldn't be so bad for my purposes anyway. . The message helps indicate the type of entry you would need to add. We also have two different users, each with their own account to access the database.
To resolve this issue, see above section on getting Postgres 8. All users can connect to the database on both computers using either psql, or pgAdmin. The connection string in the application is correct, and I verified the user name and password being passed properly. Using exactly the same code as in the Open Source with few minor modifications. Once the above is done you can reboot the computer to stop and restart postgres.
The userid would be postgres. Regardless of whether you are using Postgres 8. I've reconciled those two settings and at first blush, it seems better. We also have two different users, each with their own account to access the database. The scenario involves two Mac computers.
Strange part about this problem is that not every computer is having this connection issue, and the computers that are failing, work perfectly fine with psql and pgAdmin. Have you verified the other parameters, in particular the port. I can think of a few workarounds. I am building on Yosemite. And it still did not work.
In addition there is a mailing list on specifically for novice users which might help as well. I am using the following include file: include I create the connection string using the following format. You can change your postgresql port 5432 to '33333' or another value, so they can't know this configuration. Until you connect to the db the first time using the postgres account and create new users accounts will you have the option of using your Owner account. The only one that exists by default is template1.