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You have an app named App1 that uses the Face API.
App1 contains several PersonGroup objects.
You discover that a PersonGroup object for an individual named Ben Smith cannot accept additional entries. The PersonGroup object for Ben Smith contains 10,000 entries.
You need to ensure that additional entries can be added to the PersonGroup object for Ben Smith. The solution must ensure that Ben Smith can be identified by all the entries.
Solution: You migrate all the entries to the LargePersonGroup object for Ben Smith.
Does this meet the goal?
LargePersonGroup and LargeFaceList are collectively referred to as large-scale operations. LargePersonGroup can contain up to 1 million persons, each with a maximum of 248 faces. LargeFaceList can contain up to 1 million faces. The large-scale operations are similar to the conventional PersonGroup and FaceList but have some differences because of the new architecture.