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Re: 4Gb Process Limit on AMD Opteron
Posted by: James Day
Date: January 28, 2005 06:09PM

I've asked a question in the InnoDB section which may clarify its limits. I've personally used more than 6GB of RAM for InnoDB on a Wikipedia server. Not a problem at that level (on suitable equipment, of course - dual Opteron and Fedora in that case).

I don't have a definitive answer on combined limits for the MySQL buffers. Judging from the manual it appears not to be a problem to go to very large combined sizes if you can divide your indexes into different key caches.

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