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Well, I guess I was asking as a more theoretical feedback-on-what-others-do-so-I-can-develop-a-guideline-for-my-own-current-and-future-coding question as opposed to a specific "Here's what I got, what do I do now???".

But if it you're dying to know more details, I have 2 sql servers (one sql2005 and the other sql2008...all new db's are setup on the sql2008 and the sql2005 db's will eventually get upgraded as time allows...HA! Sorry, I can't keep a straight face typing that) with less than 20 db's each that are accessed by multiple programs...I have simple scheduled tasks that do nothing more than create reports which are then emailed to a few lucky individuals, and then I have few full blown CGI web apps that do transactional functions and everything in between...all with perl, of course. I currently don't have anything on the sql servers besides the data itself and some administration functions. All my sql interaction is through sql within my perl code.

Relatively speaking we're rather small. The total number of individuals accessing any single db will be AT MOST 200...and that's if everyone is in at the same time. My db's range in size of 17M-84G. Bottlenecks? I don't necessarily have any (that I know of anyway). Network, disk, RAM, etc is fine as far I as I can gather. As time goes on, we are adding more canned applications, along with my custom coding, that depend on sql server. I'm just trying to be a little proactive in my development and prevent any "Darn, I shoulda..." problems in the first place if I can. Remember, I'm the only programmer and I hate nothing more than going back to fix code, let alone figure out what I did in the first place!

In reply to Re^2: perl & SQL best practices by ksublondie
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