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Re: Which is better? Several small/medium indexes or one huge/massive index? [message #764 is a reply to message #678] Sun, 03 June 2018 05:59 Go to previous message
Des Bw
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Registered: June 2017
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that is huge data for a mortal.
I still feel overwhelmed by the 2GB data I accumulated over the years (just
PDF files).

you are definitely on the highest end of the data manglers :p


On Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 10:58:28 AM UTC+1, Ajk Sanders wrote:
>
> 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 175 GB for 52,400 items.
>
> 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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