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NAME

       pg_dropcluster - completely delete a PostgreSQL cluster

SYNOPSIS

       pg_dropcluster [--stop] cluster-version cluster-name

DESCRIPTION

       This program removes all files that belong to a given PostgreSQL
       cluster; that includes the data directory, the log file, and all
       configuration files that were created by pg_createcluster(1). If the
       configuration directory (/etc/postgresql/version/cluster) is empty
       after this, it is removed as well.  An empty socket directory other
       than /var/run/postgresql or /tmp is also removed.

       Usually a cluster which still has a running server attached will not be
       deleted. To override this, the --stop option forces a server shutdown
       before the files are removed.

SEE ALSO

       pg_createcluster(1), pg_ctlcluster(1)

AUTHOR

       Martin Pitt <mpitt@debian.org>