Specifies the named instance to connect to. The actual connection
parameters are stored in
<edgedb_config_dir>/credentials and are
usually created by edgedb instance create or similar
edgedb info to see the location of
<edgedb_config_dir> on your machine.
This option overrides host and port.
Specifies the name of the database to connect to. Default to the value
EDGEDB_DATABASE environment variable, or, if not set, to
the calculated value of username.
Specifies the DSN for EdgeDB to connect to.
This option overrides all other options except password.
Specifies the host name of the machine on which the server is running.
If hostname begins with a slash (
/), it is used
as the directory where the command looks for the server Unix-domain
socket. Defaults to the value of the
Specifies the TCP port or the local Unix-domain socket file extension
on which the server is listening for connections. Defaults to the value
EDGEDB_PORT environment variable or, if not set, to
If --password is specified, force
edgedb to prompt
for a password before connecting to the database. This is usually not
edgedb will prompt for a password automatically
if the server requires it.
Specifying --no-password disables all password prompts.
Use the first line of standard input as the password.
Connect to the database as the user username.
Defaults to the value of the
EDGEDB_USER environment variable, or,
if not set, to the login name of the current OS user.
Specifies a timeout period. In case EdgeDB
doesn’t respond for this period the command will fail (or retry if
--wait-until-available is also specified). The
timeout value must be given using time units
ms, etc.). The default
In case EdgeDB connection can’t be established, keep retrying up
to wait_time (e.g.