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InstantDB: Shutdown, indexes and speed


Is there any way I can get all of the benefits of a shutdown,
without shutting down?

I have a database that is constantly being added to, and read from.
It is never deleted from, if that matters.

As time goes on, access speed continues to degrade.  I suspect that this 
has something to do with the relationship between shutdown and the 
indexes.  I can restore the speed by shutting the database down and
restarting, but I want as close to 24 * 7 * 365 availability as I can
get.

Anyone have any hints, insights, or suggestions?

PS I am anxiously awaiting the source release.

http://instantdb.enhydra.org/software/documentation/3.25/warnings.html

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