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Re: MEMORY table size or index size limits
Posted by: delirii
Date: January 03, 2007 07:07AM

Does that mean that even if a (32bit system) server has more RAM than the 4GB limit (let's say 16GB), the sum of the MEMORY tables sizes can't be bigger than this value ?

And what if one needs several MEMORY tables, with indexes, which total size is about 8-10GB ? Does a 64bit OS (running on 64bit processors of course) is the only thing to have or is there some other hints to know ?

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 01/03/2007 07:47AM by delirii .

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