No, unless you have some unusually large attributes (storing high-resolution profile pictures, something like that), and/or unusually high write traffic (constantly changing users' status, something like that), you should be fine on modern hardware.
On Wed, May 18, 2022, at 8:48 AM, Morgan Jones wrote:
Hello Everyone,We are merging our student directory (about 200,000 entries) into our existing employee directory (about 25,000 entries).They're a pair of multi-master replicas on virtual hardware that can easily be expanded if needed though hardware performance hasn't been an issue.Does this justify creating separate database for students? Aside from basic tuning are here any big pitfalls we should look out for?
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