I would like to know what are the best practices when migrating a database which contains Blob data at least 800 GB with a 5 millions records, in a quickly and safety way ?
Your help would be really appreciated.
I have two bushes to clear up. I have doe SQL fro some time now but I have never done blob. I think the next project will require it. So here are my Question:
1. How blob differ from any other type like text?
2. How to create a C++ object to store in blob and get it back? Is ther anything special?
Do not overlook this game again. There, I have said it, the original de Blob on the Nintendo Wii was an overlooked gem of fun colour and carefree (almost hippie-like) game-play. But de Blob has grown up and the sequel brings the ball of paint into the HD/3D world with versions for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
I was in Barnes and Noble and my kids started playing a game I want to find. I didn't get a look at the name.
The game is set up on a grid (maybe 8x8). And there little blobs spread around. You have to swipe the blobs so they run into each other to make a large blob. If you miss, the blob flies off the screen.
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