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Code Snippet

(07:51:49) him: i haven't followed sql recently but let me see (seems difficult question)
(07:52:36) him: what is the motivation to have different datbases for each client?
(07:52:46) me: (the hardware is not a problem, probably ibm blade center, about the management - tools will be created to ease)
(07:52:52) him: it is it the size/efficiency or you want to separate them
(07:53:02) me: for the back-ups and restores and roll-backs
(07:53:13) me: the db-s r identical
(07:53:30) him: identical in design or data inside them
(07:53:33) me: yes, design
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(08:02:21) him: so it seems that in that respect you are going to be fine
(08:02:45) me: yes, i've seen the specs
(08:02:50) him: yep
(08:03:03) him: in terms of design
(08:03:13) him: managing 5000 databases would be a nightmare
(08:03:22) him: unless there is some automatic way to do it
(08:04:18) me: that's for shure, and that's what is intented
(08:04:29) me: automadet procedures, scripts etc
(08:05:27) him: so again what is the motivation to partition each client in different database
(08:06:05) me: there is a need to keep their data separate
(08:06:19) me: each client is proprietary
(08:06:44) me: and to have things separated is more legal
(08:07:25) him: well you try with several databases and see how it scales
(08:08:37) him: one thing that would also prevent confusing databases connections and may be helpful if you decide to change the to a single database model is to design the database as if it would be used with many clients but use it just for one
(08:09:09) him: then, if you decide to merge the databases in the future it would be relatively easy
(08:09:16) him: unless this would create too much overhead
(08:09:41) me: yes, this is allready the case
(08:09:58) me: so, i go for a test u say
(08:10:12) me: and see how it's working
(08:10:16) him: ok. then it seems that the issue is maintaince then anything else
(08:10:29) him: yeah. i don't think the sql server would be a problem
(08:10:44) him: there would be some overhead of the different databases but should be small
(08:11:12) me: :)
(08:11:24) me: k, thank you verry much
(08:12:53) him:
(08:13:09) him: i think either way has plus and minuses
(08:16:56) him: also read the forum link i sent you
(08:17:00) me: ty, i'm on it
(08:17:16) him: there are some interesting considerations i did not think of
(08:17:58) me: i just saw about caching maintainance plans, stored procs

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