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What is the difference between pgAdmin and Postgres.app?

CapedHero
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CapedHero Published in 2017-09-13 09:17:00Z

After reading official websites as well as conducting Google research I still do not clearly understand how pgAdmin and Postgres.app relate to one another?

For example, I can simultaneously run two different local postgres servers on different ports from both pgAdmin and Postgres.app, which is confusing. I thought that those application depend on one another, but it does not seem so.

jq170727
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jq170727 Reply to 2017-09-13 09:24:34Z
  • Postgres.app is a full-featured PostgreSQL installation packaged as a standard Mac app. It sets up a PostgreSQL database server on your computer when you install it.
  • PgAdmin is graphical user interface administration tool for PostgreSQL. It is a client tool for working with existing local or remote PostgreSQL servers. It does not include a PostgreSQL database server.
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