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From:Chris Date:December 23 2003 7:35am
Subject:RE: 100,000,000 row limit?
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I'm fairly sure that the ONLY limitation is the size of the table files, adn
those depend on the OS.

http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Table_size.html

Chris

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From: Andres Montiel [mailto:linuxlists@stripped]
Sent: Monday, December 22, 2003 9:57 PM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: 100,000,000 row limit?


I was informed that MySQL has a 100,000,000 row limit. Is this true? We
were planning to use MySQL for an inventory system. However, our current
data (rows) for 1 year for one area is already 8.8 million. We want to
place data for 5 years for 7 areas. This would exceed 100,000,000. Is
there a possible work around for this?

Thank you.

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