> On Apr 12, 2018, at 9:28 AM, Adrian Klaver <adrian.kla...@aklaver.com> wrote:
> On 04/12/2018 07:15 AM, armand pirvu wrote:
>> Sorry for the double posting but could it be from
>> #authentication_timeout = 1min# 1s-600s
> From you previous post:
> "It is almost like the authnetication stops working for whatever reason"
> So to be clear the initial connections in the process go through, but at some
> point they start failing. Is that correct?
> The timeout could be an issue. It would helpful to also see what
> max_connections setting is.
>> So if the server gets a bit oveloaded this could play a role ?
> Adrian Klaver
Yes correct initially they go through but at some point they start failing
Max_connections is set to 200 on the postgres server, but I did not notice any
message about being maxed out connections wise
As a workaround for this very specific set of processes, until things get back
in line so to speak, do you think from the devweb2004 (where processing is
done) to devdb2004 (where the postgres database resides), should I just go from
md5 to trusted ?