"Nigel Kukard" <nkukard(at)lbsd(dot)net> writes:
> When pg_dumpall prompts me for the password I type it in, and press enter
> only to get another password prompt.
This doesn't seem particularly surprising: you are going to have to
enter the password once for pg_dumpall, and once for each of its
per-database invocations of pg_dump.
Most people try to set things up so that pg_dump(all) can be executed
without any manual password entry. You might be able to use another
authorization method for local connections; failing that, set up a
~/.pgpass file for the database superuser.
regards, tom lane
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