> Could it be that pg_connect cant connect through real URLs ?
The only difference with a dynamic URL is that the DNS expiry
(time-to-cache) is much lower (usually 5 minutes as opposed to a day.)
DNS clients don't see it any differently.
I would try a newer PHP version (latest in the 4 series is 4.4.4).
I must admit I've never had a problem with pg_connect not seeing a
domain the server itself can.
Is the PostgreSQL server on the same box as PHP? Have you tried
connecting through domain sockets instead?
Dirk Becker wrote:
Andy Shellam (Mailing Lists) wrote:
Connects fine from my box. How about firewalls? We had a weird case
at work a while back where a router somewhere along the line was
blocking all connections until it was ping'd - then after it received
a ping, it'd keep the connection open for 20 minutes or so, then
start blocking again. Turned out to be faulty!
One thing I would check is the domain name lookup. Make sure your
DNS servers are properly configured and respond timely (within 2
seconds.) from your client for a minute and see if any time out
Thanks, but the error only apears while using php / pg_connect()
With pgsql i can connect through the dynamic url without problems :/
Could it be that pg_connect cant connect through real URLs ?
I run php 4.3.3 and PostgreSQL 8.1.0
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