Re: [nbos] [AS] Sector File Sizes"Antony Farrell" Wed Oct 10th, 2007
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> Subject: Re: [nbos] [AS] Sector File Sizes
> > I have a sector file which reports its file size as 62.7 MB however
> > when I resaved it under another name the new sector file
> size was 18.6
> > MB. Both files seem to work fine and I have not found any
> evidence of
> > corrupted or missing data. Is it perhaps resaving under
> another name
> > caused the file to "clean itself up"?
> Yes - thats exactly what happens.
> When you delete or edit a body, it causes the program to mark
> the original record in the sector file as 'deleted' (creating
> a new one for the body at the end of the file if you are
> editing). When you save-as, the program only copies over the
> active records in the file, skipping the deleted ones. Its
> similar in a lot of ways to the way many databases structure
> their files.
Well that is good to know. Especially as the smaller files obviousy runs
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