Anyhow, don't know if there's really a good solution but it'd be nice
  to only get one warning, or one of a given type, or something, and to


Except that one warning would not be accurate, because the warning is per tuple. How is postgresql going to know that the warning applies to the same set of data but just a different tuple?


  respond to cancel requests (if there was an issue there).  Sorry this
  is more from a user's perspective, I havn't got time atm to go digging
  through the code.  I'd be curious about implementing a possible
  error-aggregation system for reporting on large sets like this but
  that might be overkill anyway.

You could dial down client_min_messages, set it to ERROR, then you won't see warnings ;)

Sincerely,

Joshua D. Drake



        Thanks,

                Stephen


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