I assume you are using pqinsert. If so, you can use the "-i" option to
computer the MD5 checksum from the filename. Assuming your filenames are
unique, this should work fine.
On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 1:05 PM, 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?
> Joseph Spenner
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