On Tue, May 8, 2012 07:28, Fred Parkinson wrote:
> I am currently using postgresql version 9.1.3
> In the past, when I ran psql and needed useful information provided by
> commands like \h or \d, the information was presented on the screen and I
> could proceed with further commands while viewing the information.
> Now I need to hit <shift>-q to get out of the \h or \d request, and the
> information disappears from the screen as well.
> 2 questions:
> 1. what was the problem presented by leaving the information up on the
> screen, which is now solved by removing the information from the screen?
> 2. Is there way to tell psql NOT to clear the screen, so I can
> subsequently view it while I work?
> Fred Parkinson
> Application Programmer
> Association of Bay Area Governments
Set the environment variable PAGER to solve this problem. I usually set
it with the following command in my .bashrc file
export PAGER='less -X'
NOTE: That's an uppercase X after the Unix command "less."
Timothy J. Bruce
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