We want to create a database for each one of our departments, but we only
want to have one instance of postgresql running. There are about 10-20
departments. I can easily use createdb to create these databases. However,
what is the max number of database I can create before performance goes
Assuming each database is performing well alone, how would putting 10-20 of
them together in one instance affect postgres?
In terms of getting a new server for this project, how do I gauge how
powerful of a server should I get?
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