C.J. 4 Posted January 27, 2014 Share Posted January 27, 2014 Hi, To be a premium user, I have ~51G/ 7600 notes, in my desktop, to be honest the performance is hardly to accept (I don't know the other users with higher performance desktop or not ,do you all use SSD?) The desktop only for wording, normally did not have powerful gear , but also not too bad. i3 3.3G with 2G RAM , Win7 OS , 160G / 5400 rpm on systems disk ( the evernote database link here) I used to wait 1 to 2 mins (really! not overstate) to wait evenrote response when I edit the noteespecially the one could be one week or couple weeks ago I have add in the database. All I have found is the hard disk work really "hard". Just wondering is there any way can optimize the database ? Can database could split in couple smaller files (it not only could accelerate the search performance) but alsoeasily to extend the hardware ( user can purchase couple SSD, to store the database in case the data is huge and more than hundreds of G) Evenrote is a new company, hope the developer already figure out the way to handling the huge database if the user use evenrote more than 5 years ( I believer all of them will have more than 180G to 60G ) data and you won't like to see all of them complain they need wait couple mins to got what they want or even just update couple words on note then the evenrote frozen!! I believe it is the key for evernote to be a giant or struggling survival in the near future. Link to comment
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