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Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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RESET

Name

RESET -- Restores runtime variables to their default settings.

Synopsis

RESET 
variable

Parameters

variable

A runtime variable that you wish to reset to its default value. See SET" for more information on available variables.

Results

RESET VARIABLE

The message returned when a specified variable is reset to its default value.

Description

Use the RESET command to return runtime variables to their original values. For more information about values allowed for these variables, and what the original values were, refer to SET."

You can also issue the following command to accomplish the same effect:

  SET 
variable
 TO DEFAULT

Example

The following example resets a variable called SEED to its default value:

testdb=# 
RESET SEED;

RESET VARIABLE
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