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NICE indeed. But TIMTOWTDI and here's one more (not better, just shorter and how I would probably have done it)

(bash + perl, Pg connects via PG* envvars)

wget --timestamping +/ wget --timestamping +/GeoIPv6.csv.gz echo " create table geoip ( netblock cidr not null, country_code text not null, country_name text not null, constraint geoip_pk primary key (netblock) );"| psql \ && ( unzip -p ; gunzip -c GeoIPv6.csv.gz ) \ | perl -MNet::CIDR -ne ' chomp; my @arr = split( /\"\,\ ?\"/, $_ ); my @cidr = Net::CIDR::range2cidr(sanitize($arr[0]) . "-" . sani +tize($arr[1])); for my $subcidr (@cidr) { print $subcidr, "\t", sanitize($arr[4]), "\t", sanitize($arr +[5]), "\n"; } sub sanitize { my ($val) = @_; $val =~ s/^\"//; $val =~ s/\"$//; return $val; } ' | psql -c "copy geoip from stdin with (format csv, header false, del +imiter E'\t');"

(I get 326604 rows (in 12 sec))

In reply to Re: Perl+PostgreSQL+GeoIP = Awesome! by erix
in thread Perl+PostgreSQL+GeoIP = Awesome! by cavac

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