Could you give an example of this for general edification? For my
environment, splitting servers is all about preventing
overloading. I'm not coming up with a scenario where I'd need two
different instances of Server on one machine.
FileMaker Server only allows 125 databases to run on an instance.
It can't be made to run on a different port, or a specific NIC.
Hence, it's one FMS instance per OS instance, no matter if it's
loading the machine efficiently or not.
Of course since FM 7 you can put multiple tables in a single
"database", this limitation is not nearly so restricting as it used
to be. So your example is a bit contrived at this point.
I doubt he's so contrived. Perhaps, hint, he's a FMP hosting company
with 126 different clients. I suspect he has quite a bit more than
that. The client dbs can not be rolled together.
Then there's also the restrictions in normalization...
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