> Of course, I checked the error status for every insert, there is
> no error. It seems like in my case the postgres server cannot handle so
> much inserts per second some of the lines are not being parsed and data
> inserted into the database.

That sounds extremely unlikely.  Postgres is not one to fail without any
sort of error.  There's something else that is the problem.  More than
likely, it's a problem in your code.


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