From Postgres

Copy data from Postgres, including Supabase, Amazon RDS, Heroku Postgres, etc.

Using pg_dump and pg_restore

You can use any Postgres tool to import data. The most common way is to use pg_dump and pg_restore.

Using pg_dump to create a backup

First, capture a backup file of your existing database. You will need to know the hostname, username, password, and database name of the database you wish to capture.
pg_dump -Fc --no-acl --no-owner \
-h your.db.hostname \
-U username \
databasename > mydb.dump
pg_dump has additional options. For instance, if you wish to capture only specific tables in your database, use -t tablename1 -t tablename2.

Restoring data into Hydra

Using the captured data backup, you can copy your data into Hydra using pg_restore as follows. You will need the hostname, username, password, and database name of your Hydra database. You can find these on the Hydra dashboard.
pg_restore --verbose --clean --no-acl --no-owner \
-h hydra-hostname.us-east-1.hydras.io \
-U username \
-d databasename \