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pg_restore

 
Restore a PostgreSQL database from an archive file created by pg_dump. More information: https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/app-pgrestore.html.
 
  • Restore an archive into an existing database:
     
    pg_restore -d {{db_name}} {{archive_file.dump}}
     
  • Same as above, customize username:
     
    pg_restore -U {{username}} -d {{db_name}} {{archive_file.dump}}
     
  • Same as above, customize host and port:
     
    pg_restore -h {{host}} -p {{port}} -d {{db_name}} {{archive_file.dump}}
     
  • List database objects included in the archive:
     
    pg_restore --list {{archive_file.dump}}
     
  • Clean database objects before creating them:
     
    pg_restore --clean -d {{db_name}} {{archive_file.dump}}
     
  • Use multiple jobs to do the restoring:
     
    pg_restore -j {{2}} -d {{db_name}} {{archive_file.dump}}

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