Bad file descriptor - connect(2)

Hi All,

I am a newbie in Ruby-Rails. Actually we are using postgre SQL and Ruby
application to access the DB. I have made the controller and the model
classes. My database.yml contains:

development:
adapter: postgresql
database: test
username: poc
password: poc
host: localhost:5000

test:
adapter: postgresql
database: test
username: poc
password: poc
host: localhost:5000

production:
adapter: postgresql
database: test
username: poc
password: poc
host: localhost:5000

I have actually configured my postgresql to listen to port 5000 rather
than 5432(default). When I hit the url http://127.0.0.1:3000/Testing/new
it is showing an error:

Bad file descriptor - connect(2)

My model -> testing.rb

class Testing < ActiveRecord::Base

end

My Controller -> testing_controller.rb

class TestingController < ApplicationController
scaffold :testing
end

How can I resolve this problem… Thanks in advance…

Regards,
Janeve

you are probably running on a windows platform using ‘instantrails’ and
you didn’t run the application. (you have to run the red “I” icon in the
instantrails folder - - it connects all of the applications together -
sql, application, rails, etc)

hope it works.

harp

Janeve George wrote:

Hi All,

I am a newbie in Ruby-Rails. Actually we are using postgre SQL and Ruby
application to access the DB. I have made the controller and the model
classes. My database.yml contains:

development:
adapter: postgresql
database: test
username: poc
password: poc
host: localhost:5000

test:
adapter: postgresql
database: test
username: poc
password: poc
host: localhost:5000

production:
adapter: postgresql
database: test
username: poc
password: poc
host: localhost:5000

I have actually configured my postgresql to listen to port 5000 rather
than 5432(default). When I hit the url http://127.0.0.1:3000/Testing/new
it is showing an error:

Bad file descriptor - connect(2)

My model -> testing.rb

class Testing < ActiveRecord::Base

end

My Controller -> testing_controller.rb

class TestingController < ApplicationController
scaffold :testing
end

How can I resolve this problem… Thanks in advance…

Regards,
Janeve

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