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  1. I don't see the point of this, personally. If you wanted to block a whole providers subnet, it's going to be either a /24 or larger, making up several XXX.XXX.XXX.* blocks. Nice and easy. If you need larger than that, you should really consider "Why am I blocking this big of a range". It's not really important to get as granular as XXX.XXX.XXX.1-15 as all network providers require a minimum announcement of /24. Perhaps your large blocks belong in htaccess?
  2. I'm pretty sure it doesn't even need to be an exceptional circumstance, just a good honest one.
  3. As to the members table, is this still a problem? Has anyone experimented with partitioning across the 37 main partition points on the user table? Users a-z 0-9 and all others. 37 tables. Could help.
  4. As good an answer as any I suppose. I look forward to extending these classes in 4 :)
  5. Matt, Does IPS4 support query type routing? IE: MySQL master server(s) for writes and MySQL slave(s) for reads? This feature is highly important, as of now, a high concurrency site/forum/database is best managed with inteligent partitioning or replication to manage disk load and concurrent connections. Should we expect this feature?
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