[Asterisk-Users] Asterisk with PostgreSQL
calebee at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 10:13:51 MST 2004
Yes you are correct, PostgreSQL has to be specifically configured
within the server it is hosted on to allow host calls from Asterisk so
that the socket connects.
Here is how I solved the problem through the help of everybody here:
Firstly enable the -i command in the /etc/init.d/postgresql command
for starting up postgresql. Secondly, edit pg_hba.conf to add in a
host (not local) entry in it so that PostgreSQL server allows host
connects, most probably from 127.0.0.1 using the password method. Once
you are done, asterisk should be able to connect to postgresql when it
Here is a big "THANK YOU" to all who helped along the way.
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 10:55:28 -0400, Neil Cherry <ncherry at comcast.net> wrote:
> Caleb Kow wrote:
> > Here we go:
> > [root at sierra root]# netstat -ap
> > Active Internet connections (servers and established)
> > Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address
> > State PID/Program name
> > tcp 0 0 *:32768 *:*
> > LISTEN 3221/
> > tcp 0 0 *:imaps *:*
> I didn't see Postgres running but did notice mysql. They run on different
> ports so that not a problem unless you are mistaking one for the other.
> Another poster stated that Postgres runs local socekts by default and
> that a change in the config is needed to get it working with TCP/IP.
> I'd investigate that as that's what it looks like. I hope this helps.
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