I have a few long-running queries that I'm executing against a remote instance of Postgres (AWS RDS). When I execute any of these queries, I get a network timeout on my client after a couple of minutes.
Does the query continue to run even though the client connection timed-out?
These particular queries do updates and deletes, so I don't need any information back from the query, I just need to know that they completed. I've tried with both psql (locally on my machine, not on the server; I can't run it on the server because it's on RDS), and Datagrip, but the timeout happens for both.
There's a similar question here, but it contains two contradictory answers. Alternatively, is there a way to execute a query fire-and-forget style, where the server wont send information back at all?