gargoyle-postgresql: Manage PostgreSQL servers with gargoyle

[ bsd3, library, postgresql, program ] [ Propose Tags ]

This package provides tools for managing PostgreSQL servers that live in local folders and communicate via a Unix domain socket. It uses the gargoyle package in order to automatically initialize, spin up, and spin down such servers according to client demand.

The `gargoyle-psql` executable is such a client which will try to connect to a PostgreSQL server at a given location:

gargoyle-psql db
psql (9.5.6)
Type "help" for help.

postgres=#

Note that `gargoyle-psql` assumes that PostgreSQL executables such as psql are available on the PATH. A custom Gargoyle is required to use non-standard PostgreSQL installations.

The following is an example of using this package to run postgresql-simple actions using a local DB:

import Database.PostgreSQL.Simple
import Gargoyle
import Gargoyle.PostgreSQL

withDb :: String -> (Connection -> IO a) -> IO a
withDb dbPath a = withGargoyle defaultPostgres dbPath $ \dbUri -> a =<< connectPostgreSQL dbUri
Versions [RSS] [faq] 0.1, 0.2.0.0, 0.2.0.1 (info)
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Dependencies base (>=4.12 && <4.15), bytestring (>=0.10 && <0.12), directory (==1.3.*), gargoyle (>=0.1.1.0 && <0.2), gargoyle-postgresql, posix-escape (==0.1.*), process (>=1.5 && <1.7), stringsearch (==0.3.*), text (==1.2.*), unix (>=2.7.2 && <2.8) [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright Copyright (C) 2017 Obsidian Systems LLC
Author Obsidian Systems LLC
Maintainer maintainer@obsidian.systems
Category PostgreSQL
Uploaded by abrar at 2020-11-03T02:16:41Z
Distributions NixOS:0.2.0.1
Executables gargoyle-postgres-monitor, gargoyle-pg-run, gargoyle-psql
Downloads 973 total (25 in the last 30 days)
Rating 2.0 (votes: 1) [estimated by Bayesian average]
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