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A better database model for level of product-information in service and maintenance environment

This is a tough question and rewriting it now for a couple of times. I have a question about a good, more solid way to design my database model about service and maintenance. My main problem are the ...
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Performance and maintainablity of a large MySQL table with hundreds of columns

For a project of mine I need to have a table with around 400 hundred columns of type nullable indexed VARCHAR(128), this table is going to store at least 50 million rows and has one column of type ...
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Database partitioning - Horizontal and Vertical sharding - Difference between Normalization and Row Splitting?

I am trying to grasp the different concepts of Database Partitioning and this is what I understood of it: Horizontal Partitioning/Sharding: Splitting a table into different tables that will contain a ...
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Planning simple CMS: How much relation?

I'm currently in the process of designing the database for a rather minimalistic Content Management System I'm working on alone. It should allow scalability while remaining speed, especially on boxes ...
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Designing a user authenication (Roles & Rights) module

I am trying to model a User Authentication module for a MS SQL Server database that will be the back end to a Delphi UI Application. Basically, I want to have user accounts where the user belongs to ...
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SQL Server : primary keys advice to my whitepaper needed

I've tired to explain to every new junior developer in our r&d team why he should use Primary Keys and how to do that. So I decided to write small whitepaper, which every new developer should ...
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Proper Database Partitioning

I had asked a previous question "Proper technique for storing users event data" and the correct answer in my opinion was to create a database partition. Now from what I have read on it there are ...
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Creating partitions on a production database

I have a production MySQL 5.1 database that is running well but I want to improve query performances. I have never used Partitions and just going through the manuals. I have two tables that involve a ...