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connection-spec can be a plist containing (some of) the keywords :username , :password , :dbname , :hostname , :port , :connection , :unix-socket .

Each of these keywords may be omitted.

If :unix-socket is specified, then none of :hostname , :port and :connection can be specified. If :hostname is specified then :connection must not be specified.The value supplied for :hostname can be a raw hostname, or a string of the form hostname : port . If :connection is specified then it can a string conforming to one of these patterns:


hostname : port

: port


Must start with ' / '

That is, the value connection supplied in a plist connection-spec is interpreted just like the part of a string connection-spec following the ' @ ' character.

LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 21 Dec 2011