Switch to postgresql acoount

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How do I switch to PostgreSQL account? So basically, I have two accounts on my ubuntu system. On one of them, I have postgresql installed. How do I switch to that account?
Mar 22, 2019 in Database by Neel
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Switch over to the postgres account on your server by typing:

sudo -i -u postgres

You can now access a Postgres prompt immediately by typing:

psql

This will log you into the PostgreSQL prompt, and from here you are free to interact with the database management system right away.

Exit out of the PostgreSQL prompt by typing:

\q
answered Mar 22, 2019 by Kyraa

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