Tom Lane wrote:
> ANdreas Wenk <a(dot)wenk(at)netzmeister-st-pauli(dot)de> writes:
>> actually I discovered that using \du and \dg in psql is providing the
>> same result:
> Yup. The psql documentation says as much.
ok - got it ;-)
Should have read the psql docu ...
>> I am wondering why there is \dg at all.
> Users and groups used to be distinct kinds of objects. They aren't
> anymore, but people might still be used to the old commands.
Yeah I know - but I was wondering if it would make sense to have \dg
with a different result because here
the people still read about group roles. I am not sure what is confusing
here - in psql or in the docu.
> regards, tom lane
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