/etc/init.d/postgresql92 rebuild - builds new fresh database, but how to delete entries from PostgreSQL where user authentication entries are stored, which are related to last 20 sessions displayed when you click on 'Management'?
but you can switch on CLI to user postgres and start the command psql. The requested database for this information is reporting. The rest you should see...
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Yes, that command would rebuild the database but that won't delete entries from Postgres.
As Michael mentioned What are you trying to achieve?
Hello,I should open FireWall CLI with user postgres? What is the password for it? And type psql? No other parameters?
I'm trying to delete 10 last logins from 20 list.
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As far as I know, this is not possible or supported via postgres command.