"David Monarchi" <david(dot)e(dot)monarchi(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> Each line is terminated with a LF (0A), including the last line. This is
> the structure that of all of the other files that I can load have.
> Some of the text fields in the file had \ in them, so I simply replaced all
> of them with blanks to see if somewhere there was an escape sequence that
> was causing the problem.
Hm ... AFAICS from looking at the code, it's impossible to get that
error message unless the file contains \ followed by . followed by
something that's not either CR or LF. Are you sure you changed all
the \ characters?
Are you using CSV mode or traditional COPY format? What's the
setting of client_encoding?
regards, tom lane
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