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Re: [Health] Could not connect to server problem

From: Scott Hazelhurst
Subject: Re: [Health] Could not connect to server problem
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2015 16:41:27 +0000

Dear David

Thanks for the response

On 07 Jul 2015, at 5:53 PM, David Bruchmann wrote:

> The postgres user is for managing the database and has - concerning the 
> database - root access.

I understand that -- I was just checking that the postgres process was working. 
I did it using the postgres account because at this point there isn't a 
database that is owned by the gnuhealth user -- see next point

> For accessing the database for Gnu Health you should connect by the gnuhealth 
> user, while the tryton-server is started from the gnuhealth Linux-user.

Thats' the point -- I can't. The instructions imply that the database is 
created using the tryton client -- but the client doesn't connect to the server 
so I can't

> The tryton-client should be started with another user account - as in general 
> it can be called from any PC and never needs any special rights.

Yes -- that is what I am doing. The server runs from the gnuhealth account and 
the client is my own personal account


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