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Re: Can't start rhdb-admin

If you want to connect to the DBMS backend from a different machine, make sure you have the following line in your /var/lib/pgsql/data/postgresql.conf file:

tcpip_socket = true

otherwise it will not accept TCP/IP connection (the default is false for security reasons.


Andrew Overholt wrote:> Hi Brian,

I have installed the entire RHDB (postgres) server and client and set it
all up according to the manual. All I have done so far is create one
database and put one table in it, nothing fancy. pg_dumpall shows
everything that I have done. But when I run rhdb-admin, it doesn't show

You're going to first need to set up the cluster that you created in RHDB
Admin (to do so, go to File->Add Cluster ... see 1. below for more info).

I know that JRE is set up because I have been using J2SDK. So that makes me
think that my problem is with the JDBC or the client connection. I linked
rh-pgsql-jdbc2.jar to the JRE lib/ext directory.

Just to clarify, RHDB Admin isn't written in Java and thus does not need a
JRE (RHDB Explain, however, does).

local all trust
host all trust

This seems okay for both Unix socket and TCP/IP communications from your
local machine(s).

I am using Red Hat Linux 7.3.

This was one of the two test platforms so it should work just fine.

For more info on RHDB Admin (and the rest of the RHDB suite), please refer
to 2. below.

Also, inquiries about RHDB should probably be sent (or at least CC'd) to (see 3. below for more info).

Good luck,

Andrew & the rest of the RHDB team


Fernando Nasser
Red Hat - Toronto                       E-Mail:
2323 Yonge Street, Suite #300
Toronto, Ontario   M4P 2C9

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