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I am planning to setup a different websites with same DB server(mysql). What i want to know is, Is it a good idea to do that?

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It was a bad idea. – Yalamber Aug 29 '13 at 15:02
up vote 2 down vote accepted

If the DB is able to handle the load, then it's not a bad idea in many cases. If it can't do this, it's obviously a lousy idea.

Since you don't give any useful information regarding your projects, that's about all that can be said about the subject.

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