HACK Quickload Database Update CD V3.8
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HACK Quickload Database Update CD v3.8
I had the team compile a list of all the permanent stats that were altered in patches since the last quickload and put them into an excel sheet so they could be easily referenced if needed. Also included in the sheet was the date of each patch.
Before the server had a chance to come back up we pulled all the quickload database entries for the past 10 years and set them up in a spreadsheet. We took a look at the date and ranking of every entry and then created a big table for all of the entries in the quickload database. By matching entries up, we were able to eliminate duplicates. By setting up a list of every potential date that we thought would match up with an entry in the quickload database, we were able to sort through the list and find the exact date that the entry was first uploaded.
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Each update is created to be an easy install. Files are only ever copied from the CD/DVD and reinstalled. If updates are being installed to a USB drive instead, the programs database is generally updated via the CD/DVD. Since the database file is typically only 1-3MB, an SSD can be used to update the database directly from the drive. Its also critical to know that any USB drive that is created from an ISO or other file, will be slower than a physical CD/DVD drive. This is because the ISO or other file will require additional processing to emulate the CD/DVD drive.