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|From:||Harald Fuchs||Date:||September 28 2003 1:56pm|
|Subject:||Re: How much data can mysql support?|
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In article <20030927211148.GA25442@stripped>, Dan Nelson <dnelson@stripped> writes: > In the last episode (Sep 27), florence florence said: >> How large data that i can store in Mysql and how much data >> can Mysql support? > A longblob field type can store 4gb of data. The only limit on table > size is your OS'es limits. The 4GB limit of LONGBLOBs exists only in theory. In practice a column is limited by the maximum value max_allowed_packet can take, and that's 1GB in MySQL 4.0.x.
|• How much data can mysql support?||florence florence||27 Sep|
|• Re: How much data can mysql support?||Dan Nelson||27 Sep|
|• Re: How much data can mysql support?||Harald Fuchs||28 Sep|