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DB Upgrade for better and faster access

Posted on 2011-03-05
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that is what has been advertised in EE for today.

What all could this mean? More indexes? faster disk? more memory/cpu? combination of these?

anything else?

thanks
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unless a technical person working for EE answers this question all we can give you as answers are nothing more than wild guesses. It could be anything from hardware upgrade, database maintenance (defrag, new indexing strategy), redesign (new tables, new views), change of software, etc.
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ah shucks anush ... just wait for the next newsletter  ;=)
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OK OK... thanks :)
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