At 16:51, 19991011, Joel Bremson wrote:
>Just wondering if there was any advantage to breaking up a single database
>containing a number of unrelated table systems into multiple databases.
>Conceptually it is the right thing to do, but I was wondering about it from a
Nope. The only real difference would be that the files that store your
tables would then be in separate directories on your db. That's probably
not a concern for you, unless you're talking about thousands of tables.
If you're in that situation, I'd say you've got bigger problems.
So the question is, which is easiest for you to maintain? You decide that