1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 9, 2010 7:22 AM by mrvodka

    64 quadrillion records? 8 Terabytes?

    ebradley

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      64 quadrillion records? 8 Terabytes?

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      I have a 4.8 gig file. One 3.5 million record table takes forever to sort or use. Is there a check list or guide for large file development?

       

      Also, I just bought FMP 10 not even opened yet. Is there a free upgrade to FMP 11 or do I need to purchase the upgrade?

      Would 11 handle the above file better?

       

      Thanks

      Ed

       

      MacPro 4g ram, FMSA 10 and FMP 9 client.

        • 1. Re: 64 quadrillion records? 8 Terabytes?
          mrvodka

          I dont think you will gain anything except features from FMP11. The underlying architecture hasnt changed so the size of the data should be a moot point when it comes to upgrading.

           

          As for the upgrade, I believe there is a small window to return the software. You may wait until TSGal responds or perhaps even call them to ask.

           

          Furthermore, with those may records I personally would stay with SQL.