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Posted by: Darren Cresswell
Date: October 11, 2004 05:31AM

I need a distributed solution for a computing project I am doing for my final year of university. Through searching, I came across MySQL Clustering, which although developmental still - seems exactly what I need.. until I read this:

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MySQL Clustering v1.0 ...

only works if you can put all your data in RAM, according to O'Reilly's Andy Oram. That's a big limitation.
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What I want to know is - is this the truth? And if so, does that mean that a Database would only be limited to the size of free memory?

Surely that is not the case.

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