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Re: Fabric vs Cubrid Sharding
Posted by: Rick James ()
Date: January 20, 2016 12:15AM

Sharding every table (or at least every big table)?

Will there be JOINs between tables?

What kind of data?

Will the "recent" data be accessed more frequently? If so, that would probably mean that the shard with the recent ids/datetimes would be hit harder than the rest.

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Re: Fabric vs Cubrid Sharding 638 james wang 01/20/2016 04:32AM
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Re: Fabric vs Cubrid Sharding 589 Rick James 01/30/2016 10:23AM
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