Category Archive: PgSQL Databases

What is a PostgreSQL database?

PostgreSQL is another Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that is supported on our servers. The database stores information and the data is structured in tables – rows and columns. A great deal of web applications that you can use on your website, such as shopping carts, forums, blogs or content management systems (CMS), require the …

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What is the difference between MySQL and PosgreSQL?

As a client hosted on our servers, you have the benefit of choosing between two database solutions – MySQL and PostgreSQL (not all hosting plans support PostgreSQL, though). As a starting point for our comparison, we can first consider the similarities. Both databases are open-source, supported by contributors and developers on a voluntary basis and …

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How to delete a PgSQL database?

To delete a PgSQL database, you can: Use the “Delete” button in the databases table. Right-click on the name of the database and use the “Delete” option from the context menu. A new window will pop up, asking for your confirmation. If you want to delete the database, click on “OK”. If you wish to …

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How to change the password for a PgSQL database?

To make a change the password for your database, you can: Use the “Password” button in the databases table. Right-click on the name of the database and use the “Password” option from the context menu. A new pop-up window will open, from where you can type in the desired new password. Once you are ready, …

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How to create a PgSQL backup?

Our database manager offers a quick way to make a backup for your database, without having to deal with the phpPgAdmin tool. To make a backup of your database, you can: Use the “Backup” button in the databases table. Right-click on the name of the database and use the “Database Backup” option from the context …

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