I ran into the same issue. It turns out there is a defect when using localhost. Justin was able to figure out a workaround until it gets corrected.
In my logshark.config file, I needed to change localhost to my actual machine name under PostgresConnection.
In the Postgres pg_hba.conf file, I needed to add two host records to allow IPV4 and IPV6 connections as described in #5 under Install and Configure PostgreSQL in the Logshark docs: Install and Configure PostgreSQL .
After modifying the pg_hba.conf file, I needed to restart the PostgreSQL service under Services on my machine.
Similar to running Logshark from a different machine than where the PostgreSQL db is installed.
Hello, I also ran into the same issue. The error is while publishing the tableau workbooks on tableau server. I think changing the Postgres config parameters might not help. Please correct me if I am wrong.
I am also getting this response, please see the error below:
Failed to retrieve successful response for POST request to 'http://OurTableau.server.net/api/2.2/sites/5efac70b-0e13-43f4-9edc-ad0118c65f96/workbooks?overwrite=True&uploadSessionId=17302:9337A771AC0E43AD8F36E5729F635A3B-0:0&workbookType=twbx' after 3 attempts: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request. Successfully published 0 workbooks! [1 failure] - VizqlServer.twbx: Failed to publish!
I have changed the logshark.config file to connect to the PostGres database and within the same process it connects and creates a database called logshark_metadata.
Any help would be appreciated.