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postmaster is the postgres back end.  Are you attempting to connect
via psql, or DBI?  I suspect the error message is the front end system
attempting to connect to postgres server on port#xxx, and not finding
it.  from the manpage on postmaster, run it with the -p <port> to have
postmaster listen to <port>.  Also, you can specifiy PGPORT in the
environment that launches postmaster.  the default jport is 5432.

 On Fri, 12 May 2000, bloob boober boob <pixolator at> wrote:
> Does anyone know about the error message 'is the postmaster listening to port#...'  concerning postgreSQL? I keep running into this error message, am I configuring something wrong?
> Thanx for any help Bill!

Jeffry Smith      Technical Sales Consultant     Mission Critical Linux
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