I've had to have support rebuild my database once, and I've had it become corrupted 3 more times on two different systems in the past two weeks (and just went back to a backup so I didn't have to wait for a support rebuild) and today it has bombed again...
Meanwhile I have a 20,000 workstation push for a new piece of software that my entire district is waiting on while I wait for PDQ to rebuild my database again. That, or I go back to yesterday's database and lose the 12 different multi step custom collections that I had to build and populate this morning and spend 3 hours building them all over again.
I've done everything asked of support to make this system work. I've created (THREE) separate systems with 3core i7-6700 CPU's, 64gigs of ram and a 1TB enterprise SSD. I've split up my network into three different computers with the above specs to lighten the workload. (Windows Updates, 3rd Party Updates, Misc software installs).
And yet I STILL have issue after issue because of the instance of PDQ to use SQLite. The bottleneck is not hardware or bandwidth, it's trying to use a database that was never meant to used in a large enterprise setting.
PDQ, You are killing me. So please tell me straight, are there ANY plans on offering your customers the ability to use a more robust database option ANYWHERE in the near future?
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