We have a running instance of Flow on a Redhat server and a remote postgres db.
My question here is:
How or in which cases Flow uses its own database,
I have Flow connected to the foundation database to do some queries.
But it seems that is not using his own database to store or do high loads,
I want to know if it makes no difference to have the Flow database installed on the same local server as Flow.
I have read the documentation and it mentions the local installation as the default option.
Update: Ok, so it's ThingWorx Flow.
Yes is Thingworx Flow.
In the installation process it requires its own db,
I want the understand the usage of that db and if it makes any sense have it on a separate server or is better just to have in the same physical server as the documentation default process mentions.
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