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I know how to find index by name in MS SQL Server just by search for %name%

But where I can do the same in PGAdmin4 ?

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    select * from pg_indexes where indexname like '%name%'? – a_horse_with_no_name Jan 17 at 14:54
  • in MS SQL Management Studio I can search for them and easily delete by pressing DELETE button on the keyboard. How I can delete them (indexes by %name% ) in PostgreSQL ? – Michał Lipok Jan 17 at 15:10
  • No idea. I don't use pgAdmin. – a_horse_with_no_name Jan 17 at 15:12
  • pgadmn has none option for this use the sql comands – nbk Jan 17 at 22:30
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As a horse_with_no_name provided, you can search the pg_indexes meta-table to find an index by name with the query:

SELECT * 
FROM pg_indexes 
WHERE indexname LIKE '%NameOfIndexYoureSearchingFor%';

Regarding your second question in the comments on how to delete an index in PostgreSQL, you can script it out with a query like this:

DROP INDEX NameOfIndexYouWantToDrop;

PostgreSQL documentation on DROP INDEX for more information.

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