[pgpool-general: 1700] Re: pgpool - issue with md5

Jayadevan M jayadevan.maymala at ibsplc.com
Wed May 8 22:16:42 JST 2013

Looks like the attachment was removed from the mail.  Resending. As described in the mail below, the md5 output seems to change every time, and the error "read_password_packet_password: failed to read password packet "p" " appears in the debug output from pgpool.

From: Jayadevan M
Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2013 6:41 PM
To: 'pgpool-general at pgpool.net'
Cc: 'Tatsuo Ishii'
Subject: pgpool - issue with md5

I have been trying to get md5 authentication work with pgpool and keep running into issues (pgpool not picking the right pool_passwd file and so on). Right now, all that seems to be solved, but I am getting a "psql: FATAL:  password authentication failed for user "hbsi"" error. I am attaching the debug output from pgpool. It looks like the password from the frontend and the one in pgpool config keeps changing.
An error
read_password_packet_password: failed to read password packet "p"
is also present.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.


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