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Use with shell scripts

Best practices

Command-line programs are often invoked via shell scripts. For example, you might invoke psql multiple times in a single shell script.

By default, the cased client requests access on each invoking of a command-line program. For regular usage from the command-line, this is often preferable. However, for a better workflow with shell scripts, we recommend setting a session approval duration to a number that users are not prompted to request access on each program invocation, and to avoid impacting any other prompt input your shell script may require.

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Use with shell scripts


Best practices

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