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Database Structure for Web Search Engine

TNT_TNT_ Member Posts: 3
I'm trying to build a web search engine to index around 2000 web sites. I've chosen mysql as the database and came up with 3 table definitions to store the data. table words that contains the list of words along with a id-key. table webpages that contains the list of URL's with each with an id, and a table called wordlinks that contains wordid and webpageid pairs denoting that the url whose id is webpageid contains the word whose id is wordid. This sounded like a good solution in theory but when implemented, I tried to index a medium-sized web site and it resulted into 17mb of data in the wordlinks table which obviously is far from space-efficient. Could anyone suggest an alternative structure?


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