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RE: Storage Size for Programmer



fixed

The old "it depends" answer.

Are programmers in a group that owns their objects? Do they need to make copies of production data for testing? (How big is the data involved?)

Is there proper change management in place and a production object owner, or does the programmer continue owning objects that are promoted to production?

Also a real question from me that I hadn't considered - does the system include stream files in the total?
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Sean Porterfield
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From: Shannon ODonnell
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2013 01:56
To: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Subject: Storage Size for Programmer

Hi,



What is a good, average, storage limit to set for a programmer on their
user profile?



I am setting up some user profiles for new developers and I want to give
them a limit on the amount of storage they can use.

I can and probably will adjust that amount over time but I want to prevent
anyone from creating giant databases or user spaces, and such.



Thanks in advance for all suggestions!



Shannon O'Donnell

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