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Re: Which is better? Several small/medium indexes or one huge/massive index? [message #677 is a reply to message #674] Thu, 01 February 2018 10:53 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
jonathanalix via foxt
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1.3 TB is almost all PDFs of textbooks, reference books, files etc.
Some are pure or true PDFs, others are scanned and have had OCR.

Indexing is set to ignore image, video and audio content (I uncheck those
boxes under "Indexed data--Index contents of files")

Total of files indexed are 1 folder of 155,580 items totalling 1.37TB and
another folder of 147 GB
I have currently 14 indexes running.
My biggest index file is currently 24.95 GB. This is from a folder of
80,000 items totalling 364 GB.

I don't know if that makes me a power user or an average user.
 
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