Lucia

PostgreSQL

If you use Drizzle ORM in your project, use the Drizzle adapter instead as Drizzle ORM overrides how your database driver handles dates.

@lucia-auth/adapter-postgresql package provides adapters for PostgreSQL drivers:

  • Neon HTTP serverless driver (@neondatabase/serverless)
  • node-postgres (pg)
  • Postgres.js (postgres)
npm install @lucia-auth/adapter-postgresql

Schema

CREATE TABLE auth_user (
    id TEXT PRIMARY KEY
)

CREATE TABLE user_session (
    id TEXT PRIMARY KEY,
    expires_at TIMESTAMPTZ NOT NULL,
    user_id TEXT NOT NULL REFERENCES auth_user(id)
)

Drivers

Neon HTTP serverless driver

NeonHTTPAdapter takes a NeonQueryFunction and a list of table names. Supports both fullResults configuration. Use the node-postgres adapter for the WebSocket driver.

import { Lucia } from "lucia";
import { NeonHTTPAdapter } from "@lucia-auth/adapter-postgresql";
import { neon } from "@neondatabase/serverless";

const sql = neon();

const adapter = new NeonHTTPAdapter(sql, {
	user: "auth_user",
	session: "user_session"
});

node-postgres

NodePostgresAdapter takes a Pool or Client instance and a list of table names.

import { Lucia } from "lucia";
import { NodePostgresAdapter } from "@lucia-auth/adapter-postgresql";
import pg from "pg";

const pool = new pg.Pool();

const adapter = new NodePostgresAdapter(pool, {
	user: "auth_user",
	session: "user_session"
});

Postgres.js

PostgresJsAdapter takes a Sql instance and a list of table names.

import { Lucia } from "lucia";
import { PostgresJsAdapter } from "@lucia-auth/adapter-postgresql";
import postgres from "postgres";

const sql = postgres();

const adapter = new PostgresJsAdapter(sql, {
	user: "auth_user",
	session: "user_session"
});