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From:Reindl Harald Date:February 16 2011 7:48am
Subject:Re: Limit of Mysql
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there are no hard limits as long your hardware ist fast enough

* memory, memory and agin: memory
* disk-speed
* cpu

Am 16.02.2011 06:04, schrieb Adarsh Sharma:
> Dear all,
> 
> I want to know the upper limit of mysql after which Mysql-5.*  fails to handle large
> amount of data ( 100's of GB
> or 100's of TB's ) . After which we have to move to some NoSQL databases ( Hadoop,
> Hive , Hbase).
> 
> Currently we have 100 of GB's  data in Mysql -5.1 RDBMS.
> 
> Is anyone has some experience of moving from these open -source databses ( Mysql,
> Postgresql ) to some mechanism of
> handling data in file systems.
> 
> Please share the views.
> 
> 
> 
> Thanks & best regards,
> 
> Adarsh Sharma
> 
> 
> 

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Limit of MysqlAdarsh Sharma16 Feb
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