query-rds-data 0.5.0

Query AWS RDS Data from the command line
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Query AWS RDS Data from the command line

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Prebuilt binaries for some major platforms are available under Github releases.

If you have the Rust tool chain installed, cargo install query-rds-data will work.


This project is written in Rust. The way to install Rust is from Rustup.rs. Once Rust is installed on your machine, running cargo build in the root of this checkout should just work and produces a debug binary in target/debug/query-rds-data.

Built-in help

$ cargo build  # The first build takes longer, with more output
    Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 0.22s
$ target/debug/query-rds-data --help
query-rds-data 0.5.0
Query an Amazon RDS database

    query-rds-data [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] <query> --aws-profile <profile>

    -h, --help       Prints help information
    -q, --quiet      Silence all output
    -V, --version    Prints version information
    -v, --verbose    Verbose mode (-v, -vv, -vvv, etc)

    -c, --db-cluster-identifier <db-id>    RDS database identifier.
    -p, --aws-profile <profile>
            AWS source profile to use. This name references an entry
            in ~/.aws/credentials [env: AWS_PROFILE=]
    -r, --aws-region <region>
            AWS region to target. [env: AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=]
            [default: us-east-1]
    -t, --timestamp <ts>
            Timestamp (sec, ms, ns, none)

    -u, --db-user-identifier <user-id>
            RDS user identifier (really the AWS secret identifier).

    <query>    SQL query.