Hello Phil,

You wrote:
[SNIP]
>logicals related to a physical should be 1TB or 4GB, but do not mix
>them.  It refers to performance issues if you mix them, but it is not
>clear if they are referring to overall performance, or performance in a
>specific program.

My guess is that since 4GB and 1TB indices are physically different in
structure you would reduce the likelyhood of sharing access paths and
could thus experince poor performance when adding or deleting records or
when updating key values in existing records due to the extra access
paths.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.

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