This page lists the database flags that AlloyDB for PostgreSQL supports.
You use database flags for many operations, including adjusting PostgreSQL parameters, adjusting options, and configuring and tuning instances.
For more information about setting database flags in AlloyDB, see Configure an instance's database flags.
For more information about how to use each flag listed in the following table, click the name of the flag.
The table's second and third columns contain additional information about each flag:
In the Instance restarts column, Yes indicates that AlloyDB restarts an instance whenever you set, remove, or modify this flag on that instance. The flag's value persists for the instance until you modify it again.
In the Read pool restrictions column, Yes indicates the following restrictions on how you can use the flag:
Before setting this flag on your cluster's primary instance, set the flag on each of your cluster's read pool instances.
If the primary instance has this flag set, then the value of this flag on any read pool instance must be equal to or greater than the primary instance's value for this flag.