postgresql – What is the Postgres’s equivalent/closest lock of Microsoft SQL Server’s IX (Intent Exclusive) lock?

In Microsoft SQL Server, the code below is used to get the IX (Intent Exclusive) lock:

SELECT request_mode FROM sys.dm_tran_locks WHERE resource_database_id = DB_ID() AND resource_associated_entity_id = OBJECT_ID(N'');

In PostgreSQL, pg_locks table is available to tell locks information. However, there are many types of locktype, which are:

relation, extend, frozenid, page, tuple, transactionid, virtualxid, object, userlock, or advisory

Which types of locktype from pg_locks is equivalent to IX (Intent Exclusive) lock from Microsoft SQL Server?

If locktype is the wrong column to look at pg_locks, please advise which column in pg_locks should I use?