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accepted Need one time server clock sync for latency test, what should i use ntdate or ntpd
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accepted SSH direct stdin and stout to and from postgres client
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comment SSH direct stdin and stout to and from postgres client
I want the first option. The problem is that the dbserver is not localhost on the remote. i do ssh to the remote and there i do psql -h dbserver. When the db is local on the remote there is no problem with the solution, However when you need to add -h to the db it dosnt work. Got an error - psql: could not connect to server: Operation timed out Is the server running on host "dbserver" (x.x.x.x) and accepting TCP/IP connections on port 5433?
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revised SSH direct stdin and stout to and from postgres client
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