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Listet Spalten mit Indizes in PostgreSQL auf

Ich möchte die Spalten erhalten, in denen sich ein Index in PostgreSQL befindet. 

In MySQL können Sie SHOW INDEXES FOR table verwenden und die Column_name-Spalte anzeigen. 

mysql> show indexes from foos;

+-------+------------+---------------------+--------------+-------------+-----------+-------------+----------+--------+------+------------+---------+
| Table | Non_unique | Key_name            | Seq_in_index | Column_name | Collation | Cardinality | Sub_part | Packed | Null | Index_type | Comment |
+-------+------------+---------------------+--------------+-------------+-----------+-------------+----------+--------+------+------------+---------+
| foos  |          0 | PRIMARY             |            1 | id          | A         |       19710 |     NULL | NULL   |      | BTREE      |         | 
| foos  |          0 | index_foos_on_email |            1 | email       | A         |       19710 |     NULL | NULL   | YES  | BTREE      |         | 
| foos  |          1 | index_foos_on_name  |            1 | name        | A         |       19710 |     NULL | NULL   |      | BTREE      |         | 
+-------+------------+---------------------+--------------+-------------+-----------+-------------+----------+--------+------+------------+---------+

Gibt es so etwas für PostgreSQL?

Ich habe \d an der psql-Eingabeaufforderung (mit der -E-Option zum Anzeigen von SQL) versucht, aber es werden nicht die Informationen angezeigt, nach denen ich suche.

Update: Vielen Dank an alle, die ihre Antworten hinzugefügt haben. cope360 gab mir genau das, wonach ich suchte, aber einige Leute stimmten mit sehr nützlichen Links ein. Weitere Informationen finden Sie in der Dokumentation zu pg_index (über Milen A. Radev ) und dem sehr nützlichen Artikel Extrahieren von META-Informationen aus PostgreSQL (über Michał Niklas ).

193
Luke Francl

Erstellen Sie einige Testdaten ...

create table test (a int, b int, c int, constraint pk_test primary key(a, b));
create table test2 (a int, b int, c int, constraint uk_test2 unique (b, c));
create table test3 (a int, b int, c int, constraint uk_test3b unique (b), constraint uk_test3c unique (c),constraint uk_test3ab unique (a, b));

Listenindizes und indizierte Spalten:

select
    t.relname as table_name,
    i.relname as index_name,
    a.attname as column_name
from
    pg_class t,
    pg_class i,
    pg_index ix,
    pg_attribute a
where
    t.oid = ix.indrelid
    and i.oid = ix.indexrelid
    and a.attrelid = t.oid
    and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
    and t.relkind = 'r'
    and t.relname like 'test%'
order by
    t.relname,
    i.relname;

 table_name | index_name | column_name
------------+------------+-------------
 test       | pk_test    | a
 test       | pk_test    | b
 test2      | uk_test2   | b
 test2      | uk_test2   | c
 test3      | uk_test3ab | a
 test3      | uk_test3ab | b
 test3      | uk_test3b  | b
 test3      | uk_test3c  | c

Rollen Sie die Spaltennamen auf:

select
    t.relname as table_name,
    i.relname as index_name,
    array_to_string(array_agg(a.attname), ', ') as column_names
from
    pg_class t,
    pg_class i,
    pg_index ix,
    pg_attribute a
where
    t.oid = ix.indrelid
    and i.oid = ix.indexrelid
    and a.attrelid = t.oid
    and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
    and t.relkind = 'r'
    and t.relname like 'test%'
group by
    t.relname,
    i.relname
order by
    t.relname,
    i.relname;

 table_name | index_name | column_names
------------+------------+--------------
 test       | pk_test    | a, b
 test2      | uk_test2   | b, c
 test3      | uk_test3ab | a, b
 test3      | uk_test3b  | b
 test3      | uk_test3c  | c
235
cope360

\d table_name zeigt diese Informationen von psql an. Wenn Sie jedoch solche Informationen mit SQL aus der Datenbank abrufen möchten, lesen Sie Extrahieren von META-Informationen aus PostgreSQL .

Ich verwende diese Informationen in meinem Dienstprogramm, um einige Informationen aus dem Datenbankschema zu melden , um PostgreSQL-Datenbanken in Test- und Produktionsumgebungen zu vergleichen.

141
Michał Niklas

PostgreSQL ( pg_indexes ):

SELECT * FROM pg_indexes WHERE tablename = 'mytable';

MySQL ( SHOW INDEX ):

SHOW INDEX FROM mytable;
124
Valentin

Mach einfach: \d table_name

Ich bin mir jedoch nicht sicher, was Sie damit meinen, dass die Informationen zu Spalten nicht vorhanden sind.

Zum Beispiel:

# \d pg_class
       Table "pg_catalog.pg_class"
     Column      |   Type    | Modifiers
-----------------+-----------+-----------
 relname         | name      | not null
 relnamespace    | oid       | not null
 reltype         | oid       | not null
 reloftype       | oid       | not null
 relowner        | oid       | not null
 relam           | oid       | not null
 relfilenode     | oid       | not null
 reltablespace   | oid       | not null
 relpages        | integer   | not null
 reltuples       | real      | not null
 reltoastrelid   | oid       | not null
 reltoastidxid   | oid       | not null
 relhasindex     | boolean   | not null
 relisshared     | boolean   | not null
 relistemp       | boolean   | not null
 relkind         | "char"    | not null
 relnatts        | smallint  | not null
 relchecks       | smallint  | not null
 relhasoids      | boolean   | not null
 relhaspkey      | boolean   | not null
 relhasexclusion | boolean   | not null
 relhasrules     | boolean   | not null
 relhastriggers  | boolean   | not null
 relhassubclass  | boolean   | not null
 relfrozenxid    | xid       | not null
 relacl          | aclitem[] |
 reloptions      | text[]    |
Indexes:
    "pg_class_oid_index" UNIQUE, btree (oid)
    "pg_class_relname_nsp_index" UNIQUE, btree (relname, relnamespace)

Es zeigt deutlich, welche Spalten der Index für diese Tabelle enthält.

73
user80168

# \di

Der einfachste und kürzeste Weg ist\di, der alle Indizes in der aktuellen Datenbank auflistet.

$ \di
                      List of relations
 Schema |            Name             | Type  |  Owner   |     Table     
--------+-----------------------------+-------+----------+---------------
 public | part_delivery_index         | index | shipper  | part_delivery
 public | part_delivery_pkey          | index | shipper  | part_delivery
 public | shipment_by_mandator        | index | shipper  | shipment_info
 public | shipment_by_number_and_size | index | shipper  | shipment_info
 public | shipment_info_pkey          | index | shipper  | shipment_info
(5 rows)

\di ist der "kleine Bruder" des Befehls \d, der alle Beziehungen der aktuellen d atabase auflistet. So steht \di sicherlich für "show me this d atabases i ndexes".

Wenn Sie\diSeingeben, werden alle systemweit verwendeten Indizes aufgelistet. Das heißt, Sie erhalten auch alle pg_catalog-Indizes.

$ \diS
                                      List of relations
   Schema   |                   Name                    | Type  |  Owner   |          Table
------------+-------------------------------------------+-------+----------+-------------------------
 pg_catalog | pg_aggregate_fnoid_index                  | index | postgres | pg_aggregate
 pg_catalog | pg_am_name_index                          | index | postgres | pg_am
 pg_catalog | pg_am_oid_index                           | index | postgres | pg_am
 pg_catalog | pg_amop_fam_strat_index                   | index | postgres | pg_amop
 pg_catalog | pg_amop_oid_index                         | index | postgres | pg_amop
 pg_catalog | pg_amop_opr_fam_index                     | index | postgres | pg_amop
 pg_catalog | pg_amproc_fam_proc_index                  | index | postgres | pg_amproc
 pg_catalog | pg_amproc_oid_index                       | index | postgres | pg_amproc
 pg_catalog | pg_attrdef_adrelid_adnum_index            | index | postgres | pg_attrdef
--More-- 

Mit diesen beiden Befehlen können Sie einen + danach hinzufügen, um noch mehr Informationen zu erhalten, wie z. B. die Größe des für den Index benötigten Speicherplatzes und eine Beschreibung, falls verfügbar.

$ \di+
                                 List of relations
 Schema |            Name             | Type  |  Owner   |     Table     | Size  | Description 
--------+-----------------------------+-------+----------+---------------+-------+-------------
 public | part_delivery_index         | index | shipper  | part_delivery | 16 kB | 
 public | part_delivery_pkey          | index | shipper  | part_delivery | 16 kB | 
 public | shipment_by_mandator        | index | shipper  | shipment_info | 19 MB | 
 public | shipment_by_number_and_size | index | shipper  | shipment_info | 19 MB | 
 public | shipment_info_pkey          | index | shipper  | shipment_info | 53 MB | 
(5 rows)

In psql finden Sie leicht Hilfe zu Befehlen, die \? eingeben.

31
SSchneid

Mit anderen Code kombiniert und eine Ansicht erstellt:

CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW view_index AS 
SELECT
     n.nspname  as "schema"
    ,t.relname  as "table"
    ,c.relname  as "index"
    ,pg_get_indexdef(indexrelid) as "def"
FROM pg_catalog.pg_class c
    JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid        = c.relnamespace
    JOIN pg_catalog.pg_index i ON i.indexrelid = c.oid
    JOIN pg_catalog.pg_class t ON i.indrelid   = t.oid
WHERE c.relkind = 'i'
    and n.nspname not in ('pg_catalog', 'pg_toast')
    and pg_catalog.pg_table_is_visible(c.oid)
ORDER BY
     n.nspname
    ,t.relname
    ,c.relname;
18
naoko

Einige Beispieldaten ...

create table test (a int, b int, c int, constraint pk_test primary key(a, b));
create table test2 (a int, b int, c int, constraint uk_test2 unique (b, c));
create table test3 (a int, b int, c int, constraint uk_test3b unique (b), constraint uk_test3c unique (c), constraint uk_test3ab unique (a, b));

Verwenden Sie die pg_get_indexdef-Funktion:

select pg_get_indexdef(indexrelid) from pg_index where indrelid = 'test'::regclass;

                    pg_get_indexdef
--------------------------------------------------------
 CREATE UNIQUE INDEX pk_test ON test USING btree (a, b)
(1 row)


select pg_get_indexdef(indexrelid) from pg_index where indrelid = 'test2'::regclass;
                     pg_get_indexdef
----------------------------------------------------------
 CREATE UNIQUE INDEX uk_test2 ON test2 USING btree (b, c)
(1 row)


select pg_get_indexdef(indexrelid) from pg_index where indrelid ='test3'::regclass;
                      pg_get_indexdef
------------------------------------------------------------
 CREATE UNIQUE INDEX uk_test3b ON test3 USING btree (b)
 CREATE UNIQUE INDEX uk_test3c ON test3 USING btree (c)
 CREATE UNIQUE INDEX uk_test3ab ON test3 USING btree (a, b)
(3 rows)
11
cope360

Dieser Befehl zeigt auch die Ansicht von Tabellenvariablen, Indizes und Einschränkungen

=# \d table_name;

Beispiel:

testannie=# \d dv.l_customer_account;
7
Aryan

\d tablename zeigt die Spaltennamen für mich in Version 8.3.8.

 "username_idx" UNIQUE, btree (username), tablespace "alldata1"
7
Corey

ERGEBNIS DER FRAGE:

table |     column     |          type          | notnull |  index_name  | is_index | primarykey | uniquekey | default
-------+----------------+------------------------+---------+--------------+----------+-   -----------+-----------+---------
 nodes | dns_datacenter | character varying(255) | f       |              | f        | f          | f         |
 nodes | dns_name       | character varying(255) | f       | dns_name_idx | t        | f          | f         |
 nodes | id             | uuid                   | t       | nodes_pkey   | t        | t          | t         |
(3 rows)

ABFRAGE:

SELECT  
c.relname AS table,
f.attname AS column,  
pg_catalog.format_type(f.atttypid,f.atttypmod) AS type,
f.attnotnull AS notnull,  
i.relname as index_name,
CASE  
    WHEN i.oid<>0 THEN 't'  
    ELSE 'f'  
END AS is_index,  
CASE  
    WHEN p.contype = 'p' THEN 't'  
    ELSE 'f'  
END AS primarykey,  
CASE  
    WHEN p.contype = 'u' THEN 't' 
    WHEN p.contype = 'p' THEN 't' 
    ELSE 'f'
END AS uniquekey,
CASE
    WHEN f.atthasdef = 't' THEN d.adsrc
END AS default  FROM pg_attribute f  
JOIN pg_class c ON c.oid = f.attrelid  
JOIN pg_type t ON t.oid = f.atttypid  
LEFT JOIN pg_attrdef d ON d.adrelid = c.oid AND d.adnum = f.attnum  
LEFT JOIN pg_namespace n ON n.oid = c.relnamespace  
LEFT JOIN pg_constraint p ON p.conrelid = c.oid AND f.attnum = ANY (p.conkey)  
LEFT JOIN pg_class AS g ON p.confrelid = g.oid
LEFT JOIN pg_index AS ix ON f.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey) and c.oid = f.attrelid and c.oid = ix.indrelid 
LEFT JOIN pg_class AS i ON ix.indexrelid = i.oid 

WHERE c.relkind = 'r'::char  
AND n.nspname = 'public'  -- Replace with Schema name 
--AND c.relname = 'nodes'  -- Replace with table name, or Comment this for get all tables
AND f.attnum > 0
ORDER BY c.relname,f.attname;
5
Dryymoon

Die Rohdaten befinden sich in pg_index .

5
Milen A. Radev

Wenn Sie die Spaltenreihenfolge im Index beibehalten möchten, können Sie dies auf eine (sehr hässliche) Weise tun:

select table_name,
    index_name,
    array_agg(column_name)
from (
    select
        t.relname as table_name,
        i.relname as index_name,
        a.attname as column_name,
        unnest(ix.indkey) as unn,
        a.attnum
    from
        pg_class t,
        pg_class i,
        pg_index ix,
        pg_attribute a
    where
        t.oid = ix.indrelid
        and i.oid = ix.indexrelid
        and a.attrelid = t.oid
        and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
        and t.relkind = 'r'
        and t.relnamespace = <oid of the schema you're interested in>
    order by
        t.relname,
        i.relname,
        generate_subscripts(ix.indkey,1)) sb
where unn = attnum
group by table_name, index_name

die Spaltenreihenfolge wird in der Spalte pg_index.indkey gespeichert. Ich habe also nach den Subskripten dieses Arrays geordnet.

2
David Willis

Ähnlich wie die akzeptierte Antwort, jedoch mit linker Join on pg_attribute als normaler Join oder Abfrage mit pg_attribute ergeben sich keine Indizes wie:
create unique index unique_user_name_index on users (lower(name))

select 
    row_number() over (order by c.relname),
    c.relname as index, 
    t.relname as table, 
    array_to_string(array_agg(a.attname), ', ') as column_names 
from pg_class c
join pg_index i on c.oid = i.indexrelid and c.relkind='i' and c.relname not like 'pg_%' 
join pg_class t on t.oid = i.indrelid
left join pg_attribute a on a.attrelid = t.oid and a.attnum = ANY(i.indkey) 
group by t.relname, c.relname order by c.relname;
1
Nikhil

Hier ist eine Funktion , die die Antwort von cope360 umschließt:

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION getIndices(_table_name varchar)
  RETURNS TABLE(table_name varchar, index_name varchar, column_name varchar) AS $$
  BEGIN
    RETURN QUERY
    select
    t.relname::varchar as table_name,
    i.relname::varchar as index_name,
    a.attname::varchar as column_name
from
    pg_class t,
    pg_class i,
    pg_index ix,
    pg_attribute a
where
    t.oid = ix.indrelid
    and i.oid = ix.indexrelid
    and a.attrelid = t.oid
    and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
    and t.relkind = 'r'
    and t.relname = _table_name
order by
    t.relname,
    i.relname;
  END;
  $$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;

Verwendungszweck:

select * from getIndices('<my_table>')
1
chribsen

Beim Herumspielen mit Indizes ist die Reihenfolge der Spalten, die im Index erstellt werden, genauso wichtig wie die Spalten.

Die folgende Abfrage listet alle Indizes für eine bestimmte Tabelle und alle ihre Spalten sortiert auf.

SELECT
  table_name,
  index_name,
  string_agg(column_name, ',')
FROM (
       SELECT
         t.relname AS table_name,
         i.relname AS index_name,
         a.attname AS column_name,
         (SELECT i
          FROM (SELECT
                  *,
                  row_number()
                  OVER () i
                FROM unnest(indkey) WITH ORDINALITY AS a(v)) a
          WHERE v = attnum)
       FROM
         pg_class t,
         pg_class i,
         pg_index ix,
         pg_attribute a
       WHERE
         t.oid = ix.indrelid
         AND i.oid = ix.indexrelid
         AND a.attrelid = t.oid
         AND a.attnum = ANY (ix.indkey)
         AND t.relkind = 'r'
         AND t.relname LIKE 'tablename'
       ORDER BY table_name, index_name, i
     ) raw
GROUP BY table_name, index_name
1
user6654165

Bitte führen Sie die folgende Abfrage aus, um zu den erforderlichen Indizes zu gelangen

Frage wie unten - ich habe es persönlich ausprobiert und benutze es häufig. 

SELECT n.nspname as "Schema",
  c.relname as "Name",
  CASE c.relkind WHEN 'r' THEN 'table' WHEN 'v' THEN 'view' WHEN 'i' 
THEN 'index' WHEN 'S' THEN 'sequence' WHEN 's' THEN 'special' END as "Type",
  u.usename as "Owner",
 c2.relname as "Table"
FROM pg_catalog.pg_class c
     JOIN pg_catalog.pg_index i ON i.indexrelid = c.oid
     JOIN pg_catalog.pg_class c2 ON i.indrelid = c2.oid
     LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_user u ON u.usesysid = c.relowner
     LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid = c.relnamespace
WHERE c.relkind IN ('i','')
      AND n.nspname NOT IN ('pg_catalog', 'pg_toast')
      AND pg_catalog.pg_table_is_visible(c.oid)
      AND c2.relname like '%agg_transaction%' --table name
      AND nspname = 'edjus' -- schema name 
ORDER BY 1,2;
1

Wie wäre es mit einer einfachen Lösung:

SELECT 
  t.relname table_name,
  ix.relname index_name,
  indisunique,
  indisprimary, 
  regexp_replace(pg_get_indexdef(indexrelid), '.*\((.*)\)', '\1') columns
FROM pg_index i
JOIN pg_class t ON t.oid = i.indrelid
JOIN pg_class ix ON ix.oid = i.indexrelid
WHERE t.relname LIKE 'test%'

`

0
Alex

Erweitere dich auf eine gute Antwort von @ Cope360. Um eine bestimmte Tabelle zu erhalten (mit dem gleichen Tabellennamen, aber einem anderen Schema), verwenden Sie einfach die Tabellen-OID.

select
     t.relname as table_name
    ,i.relname as index_name
    ,a.attname as column_name
    ,a.attrelid tableid

from
    pg_class t,
    pg_class i,
    pg_index ix,
    pg_attribute a
where
    t.oid = ix.indrelid
    and i.oid = ix.indexrelid
    and a.attrelid = t.oid
    and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
    and t.relkind = 'r'
    -- and t.relname like 'tbassettype'
    and a.attrelid = '"dbLegal".tbassettype'::regclass
order by
    t.relname,
    i.relname;

Erklären Sie: Ich habe den Tabellennamen 'tbassettype' im Schema 'dbAsset' und 'dbLegal'. Um nur eine Tabelle auf dbLegal zu erhalten, lassen Sie einfach eine .attrelid = ihre OID.

0
Wutikrai
select t.relname as table_name, 
       i.relname as index_name, 
       array_position(ix.indkey,a.attnum) pos, 
       a.attname as column_name
from pg_class t
join pg_index ix on t.oid = ix.indrelid
join pg_class i on i.oid = ix.indexrelid
join pg_attribute a on a.attrelid = t.oid and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
where t.relkind = 'r'
and t.relname like 'orders'
order by t.relname, i.relname, array_position(ix.indkey,a.attnum)
0
Guy Cohen

Eine etwas modifizierte Antwort von @ cope360:

create table test (a int, b int, c int, constraint pk_test primary key(c, a, b));
select i.relname as index_name,
       ix.indisunique as is_unique,
       a.attname as column_name,
from pg_class c
       inner join pg_index ix on c.oid=ix.indrelid
       inner join pg_class i on ix.indexrelid=i.oid
       inner join pg_attribute a on a.attrelid=c.oid and a.attnum=any(ix.indkey)
where c.oid='public.test'::regclass::oid
order by array_position(ix.indkey, a.attnum) asc;

Dadurch werden die Indexspalten in der richtigen Reihenfolge angezeigt:

index_name      is_unique  column_name
pk_test         true       c
pk_test         true       a
pk_test         true       b
0
Nick Ryan

Ich glaube nicht, dass diese Version noch in diesem Thread existiert: Sie enthält sowohl die Liste der Spaltennamen als auch die Ddl für den Index. 

CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW V_TABLE_INDEXES AS

SELECT
     n.nspname  as "schema"
    ,t.relname  as "table"
    ,c.relname  as "index"
    ,i.indisunique AS "is_unique"
    ,array_to_string(array_agg(a.attname), ', ') as "columns"
    ,pg_get_indexdef(i.indexrelid) as "ddl"
FROM pg_catalog.pg_class c
    JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid        = c.relnamespace
    JOIN pg_catalog.pg_index i ON i.indexrelid = c.oid
    JOIN pg_catalog.pg_class t ON i.indrelid   = t.oid
    JOIN pg_attribute a ON a.attrelid = t.oid AND a.attnum = ANY(i.indkey)
WHERE c.relkind = 'i'
      and n.nspname not in ('pg_catalog', 'pg_toast')
      and pg_catalog.pg_table_is_visible(c.oid)
GROUP BY
    n.nspname
    ,t.relname
    ,c.relname
    ,i.indisunique
    ,i.indexrelid
ORDER BY
    n.nspname
    ,t.relname
    ,c.relname;

Ich habe festgestellt, dass Indizes, die Funktionen verwenden, nicht mit Spaltennamen verknüpft sind. Daher finden Sie gelegentlich eine Indexliste, z. ein Spaltenname, wenn tatsächlich verwendet wird 3. 

Beispiel:

CREATE INDEX ui1 ON table1 (coalesce(col1,''),coalesce(col2,''),col3)

Die Abfrage gibt nur 'col3' als Spalte für den Index zurück, die DDL zeigt jedoch den gesamten Satz der im Index verwendeten Spalten.

0
datico

@ cope360 's ausgezeichnete Antwort, konvertiert zur Verwendung der Join-Syntax.

select t.relname as table_name
     , i.relname as index_name
     , array_to_string(array_agg(a.attname), ', ') as column_names
from pg_class t
join pg_index ix
on t.oid = ix.indrelid
join pg_class i
on i.oid = ix.indexrelid
join pg_attribute a
on a.attrelid = t.oid
and a.attnum = ANY(ix.indkey)
where t.relkind = 'r'
and t.relname like 'test%'
group by t.relname
       , i.relname
order by t.relname
       , i.relname
;
0
Christian Long

Die akzeptierte Antwort by @ cope360 ist gut, aber ich wollte etwas mehr wie Oracle DBA_IND_COLUMNS, ALL_IND_COLUMNS und USER_IND_COLUMNS (z. B. meldet das Tabellen-/Indexschema und die Position des Index in einem mehrspaltigen Index) Ich habe die akzeptierte Antwort darauf angepasst:

with
 ind_cols as (
select
    n.nspname as schema_name,
    t.relname as table_name,
    i.relname as index_name,
    a.attname as column_name,
    1 + array_position(ix.indkey, a.attnum) as column_position
from
     pg_catalog.pg_class t
join pg_catalog.pg_attribute a on t.oid    =      a.attrelid 
join pg_catalog.pg_index ix    on t.oid    =     ix.indrelid
join pg_catalog.pg_class i     on a.attnum = any(ix.indkey)
                              and i.oid    =     ix.indexrelid
join pg_catalog.pg_namespace n on n.oid    =      t.relnamespace
where t.relkind = 'r'
order by
    t.relname,
    i.relname,
    array_position(ix.indkey, a.attnum)
)
select * 
from ind_cols
where schema_name = 'test'
  and table_name  = 'indextest'
order by schema_name, table_name
;

Dies ergibt eine Ausgabe wie:

 schema_name | table_name | index_name | column_name | column_position 
-------------+------------+------------+-------------+-----------------
 test        | indextest  | testind1   | singleindex |               1
 test        | indextest  | testind2   | firstoftwo  |               1
 test        | indextest  | testind2   | secondoftwo |               2
(3 rows)
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Stephen