psqlcommand. It also understands the same environment variables and
.pgpassfile that other PostgreSQL CLI tools do.
pgmetricsbinary to an EC2 instance with access to the database.
pgdashbinary to the same EC2 instance as before.
pgmetricsusing the same arguments:
wheelis a user with superuser privileges, but you can use any credentials that have access to the
trustauthentication and client certificates. You can even directly supply the password in plain-text, like this:
-f jsonoption for this:
shared_preload_libraries, a reboot of the database instance will be required.