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Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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Creating and Removing a Database

PostgreSQL installs two default template databases. Upon creation, a new database is cloned from one of these templates. They are template0, and template1. Of these, you may only connect to template1. This is because the template0 database exists as an empty template, while template1 may be modified to include commonly used languages, functions, and even database objects, such as tables, views, or sequences. Neither of the template databases may be removed from the system.

The following sections cover creating and removing databases from PostgreSQL.

Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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