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From:sangprabv Date:June 18 2009 7:56pm
Subject:Re: ndbcluster problem
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That 1080000 is the total number of records. This caused by the
DataMemory directive in the config and I must increase the value. 



Willy


On Thu, 2009-06-18 at 14:10 -0400, Mike OK wrote:
> Have you checked the type of column you are using.  Depending on what the 
> 1080000 number means, it could be altering the table to say int or bigint 
> column.  If it means total number of records, it does not seem to correspond 
> to a medint value, either signed or not.  If it means the record number, 
> your column might have a large start number.  Some new companies don't like 
> invoicing starting out at record 1.  I have no experience in ndbcluster but 
> I would assume that it has some kind of column limit for performance gains 
> in indexing.
> 
> Mike O'Krongli
> Acorg Inc
> http://www.acorg.com
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> > Is there any record limitation in ndbcluster? Because I can't insert
> > more records after it reached 1080000 records. How to solve this?
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