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louissto56
07-16-2008 @ 9:08 AM
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Hello all, yours truely here (no idea what thats meant to mean)

Anywayz. My next project is going to be a biggy and I need some advice regarding which DBMS I should use. It basically needs to be able store a s***t load of links (so a lot of rows) and be able to access it quickly and hopefully by many users at once. Imagine your choosing a DBMS for google, what then.

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Louis

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07-16-2008 @ 10:20 AM
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Do you have Google's budget too? J/K Smile

I would go with Oracle or MSSQL.

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07-17-2008 @ 4:22 AM
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thatd be nice. at the moment i'm not worrying about money as the database will be an upgrade when I do have money so I just want to know what I'm saving for haha. I should be able to afford most, ill get my rich uncle to sacrifice his 6th BMW for my database Playful .

I was thinking oracle. Any specific type of oracle db?

Louis

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