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Hi all,

I have a table with two columns of type:-

(a) Number - Primary Key

(b) BLOB

The size of binary data in blob column can range from 200-400 KB and there
will be around 40,000 records over the period of one year. This tantamount
to around 12GB of data (300KB(avg.) * 40,000). Read and writes will not be
very frequent; around 2-3 inserts/deletes and 10-15 read per day. There are
around 30 tables more where data access is very heavy. There are no
restrictions on hardware that can be plugged-in.

Can any please tell me the optimized solution for storing this type of
table(s)? What should be the database parameters and hardware configuration?
We will be using Oracle 8.1.6 on Redhat Linux 6.2 or Suse Linux 7.0.

Thanks a lot,

Marul.

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