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One big DB or two not-too-big DBs? FKs across DBs are slower?
Posted by: Sebastián Gómez ()
Date: March 11, 2008 09:12AM

i know there's several threads around, but none of them answer this question:

in terms of performance, is it better have two? or one?

note: even in the 2-db-way, it would be FK's between tables, so, another question would be:

FKs across databases (db1.table1 has a FK of db2.table1) are slower than the ones within a single database?

thanks

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One big DB or two not-too-big DBs? FKs across DBs are slower? 3140 Sebastián Gómez 03/11/2008 09:12AM
Re: One big DB or two not-too-big DBs? FKs across DBs are slower? 1467 Sebastián Gómez 04/03/2008 11:20AM
Re: One big DB or two not-too-big DBs? FKs across DBs are slower? 1527 Arjen Lentz 04/06/2008 04:19AM
Re: One big DB or two not-too-big DBs? FKs across DBs are slower? 2071 Daniel Liang 04/21/2008 06:51AM
Re: One big DB or two not-too-big DBs? FKs across DBs are slower? 1496 Arjen Lentz 04/21/2008 07:17AM


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