Configuring Remote Access to PostgreSQL Databases

By default, PostgreSQL only listens for connections from the localhost. All remote access to the server is denied by default. To enable remote access, run the commands below to open PostgreSQL configuration file.

sudo vim /etc/postgresql/11/main/pg_hba.conf

Add the following line to the bottom of the file then save and close.

host    all             all              0.0.0.0/0                   md5
host    all             all              ::/0                            md5


Restart PostgreSQL server to apply the changes:

sudo systemctl restart postgresql

Configuring postgresql.conf

$ find / -name "postgresql.conf"

sudo vim /etc/postgresql/11/main/postgresql.conf

Open postgresql.conf file and replace line

listen_addresses = 'localhost'

with

listen_addresses = '*'

sudo systemctl restart postgresql

Create a User and Apply Permissions

Logon to postgresL
    
sudo -u postgres psql

psql=>

Create the database testdb:

psql=> create database testdb;

Create s user and assign a password:

psql=> create user testuser with encrypted password 'testuser123';

Grant all privileges for the user on the database:

psql=> grant all privileges on database testdb to testuser;

psql=> \q

Restart the server:

sudo systemctl restart postgresql

 

Reference: 

 

https://www.bigbinary.com/blog/configure-postgresql-to-allow-remote-connection

https://www.netiq.com/documentation/identity-manager-47/setup_windows/data/connecting-to-a-remote-postgresql-database.html

https://blog.ruanbekker.com/blog/2019/03/06/create-users-databases-and-granting-access-for-users-on-postgresql/

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