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Short Name -q -R separator
Long Name quiet
Description Quiet mode; no output messages are displayed
record-separator separator Uses the character separator as the record separator The default is a newline single-step single-line Prompts to continue or cancel after every SQL query Specifies that the enter key defines the end of a SQL query instead of a semicolon Disables column headers and footers in table output Uses HTML table tag attribute when in HTML mode Specifies the user account to connect as Sets the variable name to value Displays the psql version number and exits Forces a password prompt Enables expanded table output to display additional information for records Specifies to not process the psql startup file, called psqlrcconf Displays the psql commandline help and exits
-s -S
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Table 5-1 The psql Command-Line Options (continued)
PostgreSQL 8 for Windows
want to execute some SQL statements stored in a file, you could use the following psql command:
C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\82\bin>psql -f testsql test fred Password for user fred: Customer Query result CustomerID | LastName | FirstName | Address | City | State | Zip | Phone + + + + + + + BLU001 | Blum | Rich | 123 Main | Chicago | IL | 60633 | 555-1234 (1 row) Product Query result ProductID | ProductName | Model | Manufacturer | UnitPrice | Inventory + + + + + LAP001 | Laptop | Takealong | Acme | 500 | 10 (1 row) C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\82\bin>
The -f option specifies the text file to read SQL statements from By default, psql assumes the text file is located in the same directory you started psql from You can also supply a full pathname for the file If the pathname includes spaces, you must use double quotes around the pathname The psql command connected to the database test using the user account fred, then executed the SQL commands in the file testsql
Using the Command-Line Options
You can use more than one option within the command line, but any values associated with the command-line option must be included after the specific command-line option For example:
C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\82\bin>psql -U fred -l Password for user fred: List of databases Name | Owner | Encoding + + postgres | postgres | UTF8 template0 | postgres | UTF8 template1 | postgres | UTF8 test | postgres | UTF8 (4 rows) C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\82\bin>
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In this example, the -l option is used to obtain a list of all the databases created in the local PostgreSQL server, and the -U option is used to specify the user account to log in with If you do not specify a database name as an option, you cannot specify the user account to log in with unless you use the -U option Once you have started your psql session, it greets you with a simple welcome message, then the psql command prompt:
C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\82\bin>psql test fred Password for user fred: Welcome to psql 820, the PostgreSQL interactive terminal Type: \copyright for distribution terms \h for help with SQL commands \ for help with psql commands \g or terminate with semicolon to execute query \q to quit
test=>
If this gets old, you can use the -q command-line option to disable the welcome message The default psql prompt shows the database you are currently connected to If you are connected as a normal user, the prompt ends with a greater-than sign (>) If you are connected to the database as a superuser (such as the postgres user), the prompt ends with a pound sign (#):
test=#
This provides a warning to let you know of your superuser capabilities Again, use extreme caution when deleting objects as the superuser At the psql prompt you can enter psql commands to control and query objects in the database There are two different types of psql commands: Standard SQL commands Special psql meta-commands s 6 and 7 cover the SQL commands you can use in psql The following section describes the special psql meta-commands
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