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|Reported by||Cyril Jouve|
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The following bug has been logged on the website: Bug reference: 16508 Logged by: Cyril Jouve Email address: (redacted) PostgreSQL version: 10.11 Operating system: rhel7 Description: Hello, I'm connection to pg10 using psql (tried with clients psql 10.11 & psql 12.2) using a connection string such as: psql 'dbname=xxxxx1,xxxxx2,xxxxx3,xxxxx4 target_session_attrs=read-write' the connection to first database (xxxxx1) fail with the error: psql.bin: FATAL: the database system is starting up which is correct according to postgres state on that machine, but then I would expect the psql tries the next server (xxxxx2) with is in the one acceptiong the connection params (target_session_attrs=read-write) instead of the error. If I swap the connection parameters like this: psql 'dbname=xxxxx2,xxxxx1,xxxxx3,xxxxx4 target_session_attrs=read-write' (swapped xxxx1/xxxx2), psql is able to connect to xxxxx2.
|2020-06-24 08:17:44+00||PG Bug reporting form||BUG #16508: using multi-host connection string when the first host is starting fails|
|2020-08-13 07:55:39+00||Noah Misch||Re: BUG #16508: using multi-host connection string when the first host is starting fails|