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From:Martin Gainty Date:February 16 2010 4:21pm
Subject:RE: how things get messed up
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i agree with jerry

 

put date/timestamps on each record..(that way you know when the record was
created/modified)

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> From: jschwartz@stripped
> To: vikkiatbipl@stripped; vegivamp@stripped
> CC: mysql@stripped
> Subject: RE: how things get messed up
> Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 11:02:22 -0500
> 
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Vikram A [mailto:vikkiatbipl@stripped]
> >Sent: Friday, February 12, 2010 4:13 AM
> >To: Johan De Meersman
> >Cc: MY SQL Mailing list
> >Subject: Re: how things get messed up
> >
> >Sir,
> >
> >Thanks for your suggestion,
> >I will go for blob storage, because our application will maintain the data on
> >yearly basis[stupersonal2008, stupersonal2009 etc.]. So i feel we may not 
> >face
> >such kind of performance issue in our application.
> >
> [JS] It sounds like you are planning to have one table per year. Regardless of 
> where you put your blobs, I think that is a bad idea from a design standpoint. 
> It will make it harder to find historical information.
> 
> If your database is relatively small, then I'd just keep everything in one 
> table. If it is big, then roll data that is five years old into an archive 
> table. That will give you only two places, and an easy-to-follow rule to tell 
> you where to look.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Jerry Schwartz
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  • Re: how things get messed upBuford Tannen10 Feb
  • RE: how things get messed upIlya Kazakevich10 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upCui Shijun11 Feb
      • RE: how things get messed upJerry Schwartz11 Feb
        • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman12 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upJoerg Bruehe11 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upJochem van Dieten11 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies11 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upDavid Giragosian11 Feb
  • RE: how things get messed upJerry Schwartz11 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies11 Feb
    • RE: how things get messed upJerry Schwartz11 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upAnn W. Harrison12 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies12 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman12 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies12 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman12 Feb
      • Re: how things get messed upVikram A12 Feb
        • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman12 Feb
          • Re: how things get messed upVikram A12 Feb
            • RE: how things get messed upJerry Schwartz16 Feb
              • RE: how things get messed upMartin Gainty16 Feb
                • Re: how things get messed upBarry Leslie17 Feb
              • Re: how things get messed upVikram A18 Feb
                • RE: how things get messed upJerry Schwartz18 Feb
                  • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman18 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies15 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies15 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman16 Feb
      • Re: how things get messed upPaul McCullagh17 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies15 Feb
    • Re: how things get messed upAnn W. Harrison15 Feb
      • Re: how things get messed upJohan De Meersman16 Feb
      • RE: how things get messed upJerry Schwartz16 Feb
  • Re: how things get messed upMartijn Tonies18 Feb
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  • Re: how things get messed upVikram A24 Feb