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Is there a theoretical or physical limit to the number of web pages (i.e. content documents) that Umbraco can reasonably handle ?
Does performance begin to suffer when a particular limit is hit ?
What is the biggest site you've developed with Umbraco e.g. the number of pages.
Don't know the exact answer to your question.
However http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk runs on Umbraco and has at least 40,000 pieces of content, should be enough for most websites...
2 million I heard someone say as the maximum, but I don't recall who or where.
Wired.co.uk runs Umbraco and it's got an XML cache of ~140mb, but they run the front end of the website out of Lucene.Net not the Umbraco API.
Largest site I've worked on is 20,000 nodes with a ~10mb XML file, but we built a heck of a lot of output caching on top of it to prevent too much performance loss.
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