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Concordance Limitations

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Support Concordance and majority of clients data is less then 300G however the question came up to run Concordance with 4-5T of data and on multiple computers. Is there a limitation to the amount of data (in size) Concordance can manage? Can the data be split out on different servers?
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Why not asking LexisNexis?
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EE has 100x's more info than LexisNexis.
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researched the answer outside of EE and not through LexisNexis.
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