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Fri Feb 16 13:34:34 EST 2007
At 08:36 AM 16/02/2007, andrew clarke wrote:
> > If you have 1 million users that's a lot of storage space. I'm not even
> > going to guess what the term would be. That exceeds Terrabytes and
> > Pecabytes. Must be in the exabyte range, or maybe Google just head off
> > build a Yottabyte storage facility?
>I imagine they are hoping (probably quite reasonably) that their users
>will only use a small fraction of their allowed storage space, and thus
>only budgeting for that. For example, one million users averaging only
>100 Mb each is still a lot of storage space, but doable. I wouldn't
>like to be responsible for backups though.
What? Sitting there switching CD-R's sounds a bit boring? ;)
Wonder who Google side with Blue-Ray or HDVD
> > I wonder if they are applying some form of compression on the database?
>I think a lot of their space would be used by non-compressable
>attachments, eg. JPEGs of family members, and forwarded video clips of
>cats playing table tennis.
Ewwww! People send those by email?
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