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    Default So, how big is yours?

    Since I did a backup of my TANE SP2 local database prior to updating to SP3 I thought I'd see how big it was.



    How big is yours?
    Dear Kentucky,
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    Is it big enough ?



    2018 - Début de fin des Z2N

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    Local folder is 137 GB.
    "Every day may not be good, but there's something good in every day."

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    A gentleman would never ask such a question. OK, it's 60GB.
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    Lol Deane!

    Mine is 878 GB
    John
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    Mine was bigger. A lot bigger. Honestly, it was tremendously big, believe me. I had all the best gigabytes.
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    I measured mine ... and it was so huge

    It was something like 197GB, with all 4038 RGCX railcars, trying to pull a 41 mile long train ... whenever my Local file gets this big, it causes a BSOD crash to desktop

    Bigger, is not always better ...
    Last edited by cascaderailroad; June 28th, 2018 at 09:13 PM.

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    I think it's spelled "yuge" these days.
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    How do you guys get so much on there? I only have about 25.7 GB!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EpicMat20082 View Post
    How do you guys get so much on there? I only have about 25.7 GB!
    https://imgur.com/a/QZYUyHT
    Constant exercise!
    Dear Kentucky,
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    I only have 325 Gig. I am still growing though
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    Heck, I can't even find my TANE local folder. I can find my TRS12 local folder but it doesn't give me any size of folder.
    Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Constant exercise!
    Wouldn't that be "content exercise"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CeeBee View Post
    Heck, I can't even find my TANE local folder. I can find my TRS12 local folder but it doesn't give me any size of folder.
    Chuck,

    T:ANE uses, by default, the Windows App Data file path for its data folder.

    C:\Users\...\App Data Local\N3V Games\TANE\Build xxxxxxx

    Where Build followed by some random sequence of letters and numbers, thus, my xxxxxxxx, is the content folder. If you have more than one, use the one with the most data and recent date. You can move this to a safer place if you have another place to put, which is also much easier to access for editing, etc., but that's another topic.
    John
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    My Tane SP1 is 150 Gb and 2010 is 120 Gb. Don't run TS12 anymore.
    Thought it was a lot, but just a tadpole in this big pond.
    Cheers,
    Mike

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