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is cluster NDB node affected by 4GB process size on 32-bit x86 Linux system?
Posted by: kouzminv
Date: June 10, 2005 04:59PM

I suppose single process on 32bit Linux can't use more then 4GB of memory. It uses even less (2 or 3) because of user/kernel split.
Does it affect NDB node somehow?
Obviously, RAM is cheap and huge now, and having a server with 16GB of RAM is not a big deal. And myslq database (in memory) could be larger then 4GB.

Now many mysql/ndb processes does it actually run on ndb node?

How does it all work on 64-bit x86-64 architectures? Does mysql (and especially in cluster mode) support it on Linux at this time?

Thanks.

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