Provided by: postgresql-client-11_11.5-1_amd64 bug

NAME

       ALTER_USER - change a database role

SYNOPSIS

       ALTER USER role_specification [ WITH ] option [ ... ]

       where option can be:

             SUPERUSER | NOSUPERUSER
           | CREATEDB | NOCREATEDB
           | CREATEROLE | NOCREATEROLE
           | INHERIT | NOINHERIT
           | LOGIN | NOLOGIN
           | REPLICATION | NOREPLICATION
           | BYPASSRLS | NOBYPASSRLS
           | CONNECTION LIMIT connlimit
           | [ ENCRYPTED ] PASSWORD 'password' | PASSWORD NULL
           | VALID UNTIL 'timestamp'

       ALTER USER name RENAME TO new_name

       ALTER USER { role_specification | ALL } [ IN DATABASE database_name ] SET configuration_parameter { TO | = } { value | DEFAULT }
       ALTER USER { role_specification | ALL } [ IN DATABASE database_name ] SET configuration_parameter FROM CURRENT
       ALTER USER { role_specification | ALL } [ IN DATABASE database_name ] RESET configuration_parameter
       ALTER USER { role_specification | ALL } [ IN DATABASE database_name ] RESET ALL

       where role_specification can be:

           role_name
         | CURRENT_USER
         | SESSION_USER

DESCRIPTION

       ALTER USER is now an alias for ALTER ROLE (ALTER_ROLE(7)).

COMPATIBILITY

       The ALTER USER statement is a PostgreSQL extension. The SQL standard leaves the definition
       of users to the implementation.

SEE ALSO

       ALTER ROLE (ALTER_ROLE(7))