Re: [OT] revolver postgresql issue

On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 01:26:57PM +0200, J. Bakshi wrote:

I am using revolver solo version 8.4.6
The system is working fine. I need to communicate the postgresql
remotely, but the port 9977 which postgresql uses for revolver is bind
to the localhost only.

At postgresql.conf there is already

listen_addresses = '*'

This means: listen an all interfaces - not on localhost only.

and at pg_hba.conf I have added the following

host all all trust
host all all password
host all revolverserver trust

The winxp box has firewall disabled. Still the port 9977 is not visible from any
other PC of the same LAN. How can I open the port then for all ?

Where is the configuration to make Postgresql listen on port 9977? That
is not a normal postgresql setup. Normally it will listen on port 5432.

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