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    mid-size CMS question.

    I am creating a "template" system that will a client of mine to create 1 page mini sites for his clients financial/stock information. I am trying to figure out the easiest way to store the web page data in a mysql database.

    would it be easiest to assign each new "site" it's own database? or a new table within 1 master database? is there any advantages into assigning a unique database to each client, or will the server respond more slowly with more databases?

    maybe someone has a suggestion of experience with something like this that they can give me advice? i'm attempting to make it as easy as possible P Thank you in advance.
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    You want what? By when?? Milamber's Avatar
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    unless there is a reason for each client to have a set on tables, then just put all the tables into on database. It will be much more simple to manage.
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