On Thu, 6 May 2004, Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
> Richard Huxton wrote:
> > Christopher Kings-Lynne wrote:
> >>>> What's the case of bigger database PostgreSQL (so greate and amount of
> >>>> registers) that they know???
> >> Didn't someone say that RedSheriff had a 10TB postgres database or
> >> something?
> > From http://www.redsheriff.com/us/news/news_4_201.html
> > "According to the company, RedSheriff processes 10 billion records a
> > month and the total amount of data managed is more than 32TB. Griffin
> > said PostgreSQL has been in production for 12 months with not a single
> > database fault in that time “The stability of the database can not be
> > questioned. Needless to say, we are extremely happy."
> > I think it's safe to assume this is not on a spare Dell 600SC though.
> I think we should have a case study for that. And publish it on our regular
> news/press contacts(Can't imagine the flame war on /...Umm Yummy..:-)). It would
> make a lot of noise and gain visibility for us.
> Of course Red Sherrif need to co-operate and spell the details and/or moderate
> what we write, but all in all, 32TB database is uber-cool..:-)
I've tried contacting them. They will not return my phone calls or emails.
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