Stefan Zweig <stefanzweig1881(at)web(dot)de> schrieb:
> hi list,
> currently i am switching from mysql to pgsql, so i am a bit new to
> postgres' syntax.
You are welcome.
> at the moment i am looking in postgres for something which is similar
> to SHOW INDEX FROM [table] in mysql. unfortunately i could not find
> anything satisfying relating to this issue.
> i have found out, that there is the -di option with psql.
> but actually i would need the information from within a (postgres)
> sql-query. is there a possibility to get information about the indices
> which have been created on a table?
Yes, of corse. Please start psql with the -E - option. Now you can see
the underlying sql-statement for commands like \di.
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