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Old 29 Mar 2006, 00:22
alexi alexi is offline
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Originally Posted by Erwin
Not necessarily. You may have lots of visitors and lots of downloads but little registration or posting, yet require powerful servers due to the traffic.
I don't think it's a very good measure either. There are so many factors that play into how much hardware you need. Is search turned on? Do you allow downloads? Do your users tend to post more or read more? How optimized is are your servers? You could have 2 boards with the same number of visitors but one could require double the hardware.
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Old 29 Mar 2006, 17:30
Sports Cartel Sports Cartel is offline
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Lots of different ways to measure "large" and "big."

Big-Boards has my forum ranked as the 10th largest post-to-member ratio, and we have just over 1.04M posts.

Is it big? Yes. Will it keep growing? Absolutely. I want it to be much larger, though. I want to get more lurkers active. Until then, I'm not considering it "large."
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