pgdiff - Compares the PostgreSQL schema between two databases and generates SQL statements that can be run manually against the second database to make their schemas match

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pgdiff compares the schema between two PostgreSQL 9 databases and generates alter statements to be manually run against the second database to make them match. The provided script helps automate the process. pgdiff is transparent in what it does, so it never modifies a database directly. You alone are responsible for verifying the generated SQL before running it against your database. Go ahead and see what SQL gets generated.



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