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Posted Wednesday, September 18, 2013 5:17 AM
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Hi, can anyone tell me the difference between database server & archive server?

Once I heard that one is to store files and the other one is to store settings. But I am not sure which is which.
Help needed here please.
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In what context?

There isn't something specifically called an 'archive server'. You can have a database server that stores the archived portions of databases, a file server that stores archived files, but 'archive server' isn't really a specific role.



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