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|Is it a good idea to store hundreds of millions small images to a key/value store or other nosql database?|
I am developing a web system to handle a very large set of small
images, about 100 millions images of 50kb ~ 200kb, working on
For now, it is very
to backup and sync those large number of small files.
My question is that if it a good idea to store these small images
to a key/value store or other nosql database such as
gain more performance and bring better backup support?
|Is it a good idea to store pictures / images in SQLite DB from the App?|
Some discussions in Stackoverflow say that storing the picture in
DB is a bad idea (a because overtime, the number of images get large
& may lead to app crash). So, either
a. the image can
be stored in the iPhone itself & only its location can be stored
in the DB
Potential Issue: The image might get removed
(outside of the app) & the app might not be able to load them the
b. the image can be shrunk to a small size (say,
100*100 pixels) and stored in the DB
will size be an issue if the image is shrunk to just
c. Doing both (a) & (b). So, small ver
|Rails store millions of small images. GridFs?|
I need to store millions of small images 0,1kb-8Mb. I heard about
gridfs but I can read in docu "For documents in a MongoDB collection,
you should always use GridFS for storing files larger than 16 MB.". So
it is not good solution for many small files ? I am looking for the
fastest way to store images (and other binary files)
|Store millions of small images in Firebird blob fields|
I know you will say there are several duplicates for this question.
I've read most of them. But I need an answer to the specific case I'm
I'm planning to store millions of small jpg
images (about 3kb) in a Firebird database.
- The table that will contain these images will
not contain any other information but its key;
- It is not a web
- The images will never be updated;
- In most of
the cases, the database will never grow to more than one digit
- The server must be easy to be maintained, as there will be no
DBA to take care of it.
| Is it a good idea to store images in MySQL database instead of folders? |
Im currently developing social website which means that Im
going to use user images/avatars, photo albums etc. Is it a good idea
to store all those images in MySQL database instead of using
individual user folders?
Thank You )))
|Is It a good Idea to store Images in a Database?|
I am trying to develop an image gallery with categories using php and
intend to store these images in an ODBC database. Since I will be
having many categories is it advisable to use a database. I am
thinking images might slow down the database, etc.