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Old 09-21-2014, 09:54   #16
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Deleting a tiny bit of data will not affect performance of the servers.
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Deleting a tiny bit of data will not affect performance of the servers.
I don't think that's what you meant by your previous statement? However you're right it might not do anything on performance, I never said it was a guarantee.
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I don't think that's what you meant by your previous statement? However you're right it might not do anything on performance, I never said it was a guarantee.
Guarantee? It is simply bs.
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Guarantee? It is simply bs.
Alright easy there big guy, no need to get all upset.
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I don't think that's what you meant by your previous statement? However you're right it might not do anything on performance, I never said it was a guarantee.
It's exactly what i meant. It will not make any difference whatsoever.
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It's exactly what i meant. It will not make any difference whatsoever.
Well you previously said that's not how a computer works and I never stated nor have I went on to discuss how a computer works let's just keep that on the record here all I did speak about was improving the performance and that wasn't even my main point, it was just something to tag along with my statement. This may optimize for better performance it may not you can milk this idea till its dry; still hasn't been implemented approved or even took into consideration. For all we know you're arguing over air.

But since you are coming off like you know why exactly this wont work, scientifically speaking ( and you can bring deathclaw in on this as well), I'd love to read the inner-workings as to why you both think freeing up disk space doesn't optimize performance. Should be a good read I look forward to both of your replies

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Computers do not work in a way that would cause deleting a tiny amount of data to result in a performance increase.

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But since you are coming off like you know why exactly this wont work, scientifically speaking ( and you can bring deathclaw in on this), I'd love to read the inner-workings as to why you both think freeing up disk space doesn't optimize performance.
Because it's totally irrelevant. It might make a minor difference on disk accesses, but 1) the gain would be tiny, if any, and 2) anything actively in use would be in ram anyway.

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Well you previously said that's not how a computer works and I never stated nor have I went on to discuss how a computer works let's just keep that on the record here all I did speak about was improving the performance and that wasn't even my main point, it was just something to tag along with my statement. This may optimize for better performance it may not you can milk this idea till its dry; still hasn't been implemented approved or even took into consideration. For all we know you're arguing over air.

But since you are coming off like you know why exactly this wont work, scientifically speaking ( and you can bring deathclaw in on this), I'd love to read the inner-workings as to why you both think freeing up disk space doesn't optimize performance. Should be a good read I look forward to your reply
The performance of a DB is not affected by its size.
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Computers do not work in a way that would cause deleting a tiny amount of data to result in a performance increase.

Because it's totally irrelevant. It might make a minor difference on disk accesses, but 1) the gain would be tiny, if any, and 2) anything actively in use would be in ram anyway.
I think its time you defrag missy :P

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How is defragmenting even related to the size of your data?
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How is defragmenting even related to the size of your data?
ah its like playing chess with you. Fair enough, but a million bucks says she would of never picked up off of that, kidding.. I think? And I was more so speaking along the lines of maintenance.

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You're missing my point, and that, no matter how you look at it, is still maintenance.
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Sure, deleting data that is unlikely to ever be used again is maintenance. But it's not the kind of maintenance that will provide any tangible benefit. Hence buzzwords.
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