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Caffeine takes up nearly 100 million gigabytes of storage in one database and adds new information at a rate of hundreds of thousands of gigabytes per day.
thats like over 9000 gigabytes!
    
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A yottabyte perhaps?

Seriously though, we would probably be astounded if the total drive space they have at their disposal was released. I wonder if there are any records of who uses the most space of any one company. I'm curious who would top that list.
I'd imagine no one is near google. Think about everything they store, besides just searching google they have all the google maps images and youtube.
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100,000 GB/ day.
    
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http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/...-caffeine.html




Perfect for when you have to delete all traces of yourself off the internet for a job interview
Huh? The article says nothing about this.
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You guys realize that Google is cacheing every web page every day every couple hours. Google does not have any storage problems. They have essentially downloaded the internet.

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http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:
Type any website after that colon with out spacing. Even threads on OCN have been indexed by them and are saved like this one http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...iscussion.html
Edited by MahiMahiMahi - 6/9/10 at 12:21pm
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I'd imagine no one is near google. Think about everything they store, besides just searching google they have all the google maps images and youtube.
I bet ms beats google. They have the biggest web presence afik.
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I'd love to work for Google. With the exception of logging all searches/things you type into Chrome, I find them to be an outstanding company with great, successful products.

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Huh? The article says nothing about this.
Pretty sure he was reffering to the fact that Caffine updates its indexes more frequently and removes old data from its searches faster now.

Example: You delete your website, a month later its off the Google index using the new engine, rather than a year later using the old engine.
Edited by Jimi - 6/9/10 at 12:10pm
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You guys realize that Google is cacheing every web page every day every couple hours. Google does not have any storage problems. They have essentially downloaded the internet.
^This. If every server but Google died, they could almost put the freaking internet back up.

Crazy, isn't it?
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A yottabyte perhaps?

Seriously though, we would probably be astounded if the total drive space they have at their disposal was released. I wonder if there are any records of who uses the most space of any one company. I'm curious who would top that list.
I'm pretty sure Google uses the most space of any company. They don't like to release the number of servers they have, but I believe a few months ago, they mentioned that they should have around 10 million in the near future.

EDIT: Microsoft is definitely a close second. For those who think MS is bigger, consider also the fact that Google owns YouTube, which holds an almost 50% market share of video viewing online and takes in over 24 hours of video per minute.
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^This. If every server but Google died, they could almost put the freaking internet back up.

Crazy, isn't it?
no pictures though

google cache has helped me loads of times when a helpfull website has 404's
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