To create a user you must be a superuser or have the same privileges as a superuser. If yoTo create a user you must be a superuser or have the same privileges as a superuser. If you want to create a user that can only connect to the database and perform basic operations such as running queries you can use the following command:CREATE USER username WITH PASSWORD 'password';If you want to create a user that has all the privileges of a superuser you can use the following command:CREATE USER username WITH SUPERUSER;Creating a user in PostgreSQL is a simple process that can be done in a few quick steps. First connect to the PostgreSQL database server using any client tool such as psql or pgAdmin. Then execute the following SQL statement to create a new database user:CREATE USER new_user WITH PASSWORD 'secret';This will create a new database user with the username "new_user" and the password "secret". The newly created user will have no privileges granted by default so you will need to explicitly grant them any privileges they need in order to use the database.CREATE USER creates a new PostgreSQL user. A PostgreSQL user can be created using the following command:createuser --interactiveThis will prompt you for the name of the role the password and whether or not the role should be a superuser.