The index will be kept on the Index Server, so why do we need a Search database and what is the point of it in SharePoint 2007? I would like to understand the basic concept of SharePoint Search.
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Please help me with your thoughts.
The simple, one-word reason for all of the above is (I believe) scalability.
If you have a SharePoint site with tens of thousands of users, all performing possibly dozens of searches per second, you can vastly improve search performance by farming off the Search Database to another server or place its tablespace onto another drive array.
Hopefully this helps and I haven't said anything incorrect..let me know if I have :)
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