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database bigger than the RAM ?
Posted by: Jörg Nowak ()
Date: December 17, 2004 03:08AM

Hello everybody,

I want to store data in my database bigger than my current RAM size (2 server, each 4 GB RAM). But after 1,3 million profiles (one profile contains 6 tables in the database) the insert failed because the RAM is 100% full.
But I want to store 10-30 millions of profiles. The diskless parameter is 0. (false)
Is it possible to store more data in my database than the RAM size of my cluster. Maybe an option in the config file ?


Thanks in advance.

Joerg Nowak

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database bigger than the RAM ? 2434 Jörg Nowak 12/17/2004 03:08AM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 1702 Harrison Fisk 12/17/2004 11:15PM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 1632 sanjeev jain 12/18/2004 03:52AM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 1696 Florian Rissner 12/20/2004 12:23AM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 1714 Jörg Nowak 12/20/2004 06:54AM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 2343 Stewart Smith 12/23/2004 06:46PM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 1653 Robert McHugh 01/24/2005 04:09PM
Re: database bigger than the RAM ? 1705 Harrison Fisk 01/24/2005 09:40PM


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