Re: [ldm-users] inserting without md5 check?

Use the -i option and append a unique string to the tail of your ldm header - 
use clock seconds, random, etc.

On February 3, 2015 1:05:47 PM CST, Joseph Spenner <joseph85750@xxxxxxxxx> 
>Hello, is there a way to insert data without the md5 check?I have the
>potential for several sets of files for various clients, but it's
>possible that the same file/data might be contained in different
>clients' set of files.  Each client has their own feed, and can not
>access others' feeds.  Therefore, it's possible a client might miss a
>file if it's already been inserted in a different client's feed since
>re-inserting it will fail if the md5 matches.
>Is there a way around this?
>Regards,Joseph Spenner
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