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I find the info: 1 disk data table can store 2PB
Posted by: George lin
Date: April 04, 2016 09:37AM

From this page:

that means 1 disk data table can store 2PB, then the total max storage data size should be =4294967296 tablespage*2PB/1 tablespage=8.4G*PB.

But when I use in NDB 7.3, it seems that the MySQL cluster only support 1 tablespace, is it true?

Even it only support 1 tablespace, one MySQLCluster support 2PB ndb table and numorous PBs size non-NDB tables, it would be enough for most normal big data use-cases, wouldn't it?

I hope one MySQL-cluster's author can answer this to give an official answer.

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