> Good morning,
> May I know the "commands" to
> . show current session's prepared plans
> . see the definition of a prepared plan
> E.g., psql> PREPARE fooplan (int, text, bool, numeric) AS INSERT INTO
> foo VALUES($1, $2, $3, $4);
> (1) Similar to "\dt", I want to see "fooplan"
> (2) Similar to "\d tableName", how to see the plan def?
Somebody know about how to find prepared query plan through command line?
Thanks a lot!
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