"Van Ingen, Lane" <lvaningen(at)ESNCC(dot)com> writes:
> There is no such command (that I know of). Looks like you really want to do a createdb or CREATE DATABASE
> command. createdb can be issued from an operating system prompt; CREATE DATABASE would be executed from
> inside psql. Both will crteate a database for you.
Also, the reason "nothing happened" is you didn't enter a semicolon.
A SQL command isn't complete until you do. Had you typed "makedb mydb;"
then at least you'd have gotten a SQL syntax error, which might have
led your thoughts in the correct direction ...
regards, tom lane
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