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The following bug has been logged on the website: Bug reference: 16017 Logged by: DBurca Email address: (redacted) PostgreSQL version: 11.0 Operating system: Windows OS Description: First thing's first, I actually have 2 versions of Postgres on my computer (9.4 and 11) because when I check the task manager, postgresql-x64-11 is stopped and refuses to be started, however, when I run pgAdmin 4, I can connect to the servers and query stuff into them. I decided to try an experiment and see if I could connect another device (RaspberryPi running Raspbian (based on Debian Linux)) to the server on the Windows OS (Note that I have already looked through the pg_hba.conf.sample and the postgres.conf.sample (I'm not exactly sure why they're named .sample, Ill just leave is as-is for now) and changed the settings so that they would accept non-local connections. But when I try to connect from the RaspberryPi , it says "psql: could not connect to server: connection timed out". I look through the log files on the Windows OS device's log files, and as you can imagine, it sees nothing wrong with this. (Note that both devices are running on the same wifi connection) I have explored every nook and cranny, including shutting off my firewall to see if that was the problem, and I still get no answer. Is there something that I am missing? (More information can be found at my stack overflow question: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58019474/connection-to-external-postgres-database-times-out) Thanks in advance!
|2019-09-22 13:54:22+00||PG Bug reporting form||BUG #16017: Postgres does not respond non-local connections|
|2019-09-22 15:32:04+00||Francisco Olarte||Re: BUG #16017: Postgres does not respond non-local connections|
|2019-09-22 20:14:50+00||Andrew Gierth||Re: BUG #16017: Postgres does not respond non-local connections|