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On Mon, Nov 09, 1998 at 10:27:35AM -0800, Roeland M.J. Meyer wrote: > So it goes from a few hundred MB's to a few GBs? What's the big deal. Given > a trivial CustomerDB, in an RDBMS, it's still under 100 GB for a few > million IPs. 150 GB of RAID5 is still less than $30KUS and dropping daily, > even on HP (High Priced <grin>) equipment. It seemed to be a lot, to me. Of course, if you had every single IPv4 address SWIP'd, that'd be 4,294,967,296 records multiplied by the size of the record, but not every IP is going to be SWIP'd. I don't know what it would require in terms of human processing time, if any. -- Steve Sobol [firstname.lastname@example.org] Part-time Support Droid [email@example.com] NACS Spaminator [firstname.lastname@example.org] Spotted on a bumper sticker: "Possum. The other white meat."