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Re: who can tell me what is the biggest size data that mysql-cluster can store by NDB engine without losting its auto-sharding and auto partitioning and other functions?
Posted by: George lin
Date: June 03, 2016 08:08PM

Dear Ronström:

THank you very much for your teaching and guiding, but

Mikael Ronström Wrote:

> For main-memory a few TByte of data, in addition
> one
> can have some disk data as well.

what do you mean main-memory? do you mean all table's columns are all defined as memory?
If I just define each table has only one memory column, then can
ndb store over 1,000PB data without losting its functions?

If I define all tables's columns are all saved as disk data, then
can ndb store over 10,000PB? since the document says even one ndb table can
save max size data of 32GB.

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