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Q7. You have a Corpus of 100 MB. What would be the approximate disk space required to index these documents?

A. The disk space required to index the documents is roughly 22% of the Corpus.

B. The disk The disk space required to index the documents is roughly 40% of the Corpus.

C. The disk space required to index the documents is roughly 60% of the Corpus.

D. The disk space required to index the documents is roughly 80% of the Corpus.

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

Disk space needed for storing Index Server data depends upon the size of the corpus (all files to be searched) and type of documents. The free disk space must be roughly 40 percent of the size of the corpus.

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