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PostgreSQL Client Applications


This part contains reference information for PostgreSQL™ client applications and utilities. Not all of these commands are of general utility; some might require special privileges. The common feature of these applications is that they can be run on any host, independent of where the database server resides.

Sommario

clusterdb — cluster a PostgreSQL™ database
createdb — create a new PostgreSQL™ database
createlang — define a new PostgreSQL™ procedural language
createuser — define a new PostgreSQL™ user account
dropdb — remove a PostgreSQL™ database
droplang — remove a PostgreSQL™ procedural language
dropuser — remove a PostgreSQL™ user account
ecpg — embedded SQL C preprocessor
pg_config — retrieve information about the installed version of PostgreSQL
pg_dump — extract a PostgreSQL™ database into a script file or other archive file
pg_dumpall — extract a PostgreSQL™ database cluster into a script file
pg_restore — restore a PostgreSQL™ database from an archive file created by pg_dump
psqlPostgreSQL™ interactive terminal
reindexdb — reindex a PostgreSQL™ database
vacuumdb — garbage-collect and analyze a PostgreSQL™ database
Documentazione di PostgreSQL 9.0 > Reference > PostgreSQL Client Applications
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