If you keep getting the error that the db doesn't exist, quit Postgres.app, then delete the data directory (in ~/Library/Application Support/Postgres/), then restart Postgres.app. They suggest deleting generated files in /etc/resolver/ to fix problems with name resolution -- just in case someone else stumbles upon a similar issue. Faq Reply With Quote December 27th, 2011,08:53 PM #2 No Profile Picture SilentAce View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date Recent version of Postgres.app show much better error messages and write a server log, so it should be much easier to debug this now.
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are we all sure there is no way to put viruses or malware on ubuntu 11.04 Natty? Not the answer you're looking for? The error message you are receiving leads me to believe "Port=5432" is somehow being confused for the database host server name. > > Regards, > > Shelby Cain > > ----- Could Not Translate Host Name To Address: Nodename Nor Servname Provided, Or Not Known You probably fucked up your /etc/hosts file.
After glancing at the pow.cx docs, it seems that it messes with network settings. Could Not Translate Host Name To Address Unknown Host I used a sample odbc.ini from iODBC as a pattern and it used Host. Is ammunition recoverable and reusable? https://github.com/PostgresApp/PostgresApp/issues/152 Member jakob commented Jul 31, 2014 Good to hear!
This is the output if I try to run it manually. Could Not Create Listen Socket For "localhost" But when I opened the file via vim/cat, I saw that the linebreaks were somehow corrupted by sublime.. What could be the problem here? See larger image PostgreSQL 8.4 Official Documentation - Volume I.
If you just intend listening to localhost (i.e., you're not planning to connect to the database beyond the same machine), setting the listen_address to localhost would be enough. https://www.question-defense.com/2009/09/17/log-could-not-translate-host-name-localhost-service-5432-to-address-name-or-service-not-known I am really new to postgreSQL and still reading through the documentation. Psql Could Not Translate Host Name Localhost To Address Unknown Server Error And nothing else is listening to port 5432. "could Not Translate Host Name" Rds Did you install any software that intercepts network traffic like Little Snitch or X3 etc.?
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Thanks again. alex Reply arth1 says: November 20, 2012 at 2:24 PM No such luck here. Thanks. http://deftmag.com/could-not/psycopg2-operationalerror-could-not-translate-host-name-to-address-name-or-service-not-known.html At that point you will be connected to the postgres database.
Reload to refresh your session. Could Not Create Any Tcp/ip Sockets Postgresql Windows Reload to refresh your session. I ran the command line from the trouble shooting: /Applications/Postgres.app/Contents/Versions/9.3/bin/postgres -D "/Users/research/Library/Application Support/Postgres/var-9.3" And got: LOG: could not translate host name "localhost", service "5432" to address: nodename nor servname provided, or
This is such an odd problem if only because it started a few days ago and seems to show up sporadically. — Reply to this email directly or view it on strangely.. Yes, I have a similar issue where I can't start PostgreSQL on port 5432, but it's unrelated to the PostgresApp. Postgresql Could Not Create Any Tcp/ip Sockets What's wrong with that one then? –Cornel Verster Oct 6 '15 at 7:13 You should place /24 instead of /255 –nKn Oct 6 '15 at 7:21 add a comment|
ok initializing dependencies ... facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search Forum Databases PostgreSQL Help PostgreSQL could not translate host name Thread: PostgreSQL could not translate host name Share This Thread The default contents of this file are (on OS X 10.11): ## # Host Database # # localhost is used to configure the loopback interface # when the system is booting. http://deftmag.com/could-not/mount-error-could-not-resolve-address-for-unknown-error.html Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information.
The default text search configuration will be set to "swedish". Member jakob commented Oct 12, 2014 If everything works when you use 127.0.0.1 and doesn't work when using 'localhost' there are a few things that could be the issue: A problem Then I navigated to the /private/etc/ folder and copied it to the desktop. And last but not least, did you try restarting your computer? :) idigit commented Jul 31, 2014 Hi Jakob, Thanks for the quick response.
Member jakob commented Oct 21, 2014 @bobmacneal don't worry, the real issue here is that Postgres.app always said "Could not start on port 5432" whenever something went wrong. I downloaded Postgres from their website directly http://postgresapp.com/ and I no longer received the logging errors from Postgres: Could not translate host name "localhost", service "5432" to address: nodename nor servname And, after a few hours of debugging / freaking out, it started to work, randomly. In a recent release I improved error reporting.
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If I run locale from a terminal I get many different values, like LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE and LANG.
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