Justin Camp wrote:
> I apologize if this has been previously posted..
> I run a server with multiple clients running databases on one server,
> and I was wondering if there was a way to limit the list all databases
> function within the pgsql program to only list databases within a
> criteria, say, what they have permission to see?
> Or perhaps, if that is not possible, a way to shut off the
> functionality entirely, from the server side?
It is not possible. pg_database is a global table, visible to all
databases. I can't think of a way to limit such visibility. Perhaps
you can create a pg_database in the public schema and have it only
return the current database and template1. That might work, or it might
not, but the pg_database will still be visible in pg_catalog.
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