> On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 04:46:37PM -0400, Reid.Thompson wrote:
> > PostgreSQL appears to all intents to startup fine on the UNIX and IPv4
> > sockets. Is there a parameter to tell postgresql tonotattempt to open
> > anIPv6socket?
> Specify the specific TCP/IP interfaces in the postmaster.conf file.
> Otherwise, Postgres will try tobindto all the sockets. There's
> something hinkey about theIPv6support in AIX, IIRC, so that you end
> up with this symptom.
> Andrew Sullivan
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I have the same pb. I have looked for a postmaster.conf file but there
is none on the server.
Apart from the doc and src files, the only files on my server
containing the word "postmaster" are :
Do you have an idea why and how then to solve this pb ?