Yes, completely agree.  Added to TODO:

>       o Return the number of rows loaded/unloaded


Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > How do people feel about this patch?  Currently COPY doesn't even return
> > a line count of the number of lines processed, while this patch would
> > make psql \copy produce date/time and count every 1000 rows, then print
> > a similar completion message.
> Seems much too noisy for me.  That would be appropriate behavior in a
> GUI, but psql is not and never will be a GUI.  Martijn's concern about
> hacking the behavior depending on where stderr points demonstrates
> exactly why we don't want to do this.
> I would not object to adding a line count to the COPY command completion
> report (on the server side), though.  That's arguably comparable to the
> number-of-rows-processed values for INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE.
>                       regards, tom lane

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