Yes. The idea is to not bite off more than SQL Server can chew. :)
> > Thats only relevant to your server. We have customers that routinely
> > have
> > between 10 and 20 MILLION call records in their calls table. They
> > process
> > about 4 million a month and keep about 5 months of calls.
> Granted, this is not the world's fastest box, but it is a PII 350 with 256
> megs of RAM and an Ultra DMA (33) disk. Would this be considered a
> "lightweight" for 1500 MBRs?
How much memory do you have configured for SQL server? IDE Hard
drives are probably not a could think for a multi-tasking SQL Server. :(
I wouldn't think it would be that big of a deal, though.
> It sounds like Emerald would just love to have a gig of RAM and 2 or 3
> 500MHz CPUs to chomp on as well as a SCSI array of some sort. However, I
> think that I might have some trouble convincing the boss to splurge. If we
> need to upgrade, can you make some recommendations about hardware (i.e., how
> much RAM, CPU, etc.)? We're willing to give the thing some more horsepower
> if it needs it, but we don't want to invest more than we have to.
I would just recommend more ram. Up to 512 and give SQL Server like
of that with a 48mb tempdb in ram. Or just upgrade to SQL 7. :)
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