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Cleaning up Database - effect on performance?

Discussion in 'Tech Talk & Web Things' started by Vilandra, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. Vilandra

    Vilandra OMG Member

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    Cleaning up Database - effect on performance?

    So, for a lot of years I've been toying with the idea of going through my (vbulletin) database and removing all the old tables and columns for hacks I don't use anymore. Cause I have a lot of vb2 hack crap in there (and probably some from vb1 but I'm not sure I added hacks that way back lol). Anyway, on a test board that I cleaned up I got rid of about 40MB of stuff from the database.

    Is that really going to give me any boost in performance or am I just wasting my time with this?
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