Bigtable is a wide-column NoSQL data storage system designed and built by Google.

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Database ExecuteSQL(MySQL client run out of memory)

I've an online game the game server execute more than 1M queries [ SELECT , REPLACE , UPDATE ] every 10 sec the problem the memory usage still increasing i dun know why ?? i mean if we suppose that ...
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BigQuery daily cron jobs

In one of my PHP application, I need to show a report based on the aggregate data, which is fetched from BigQuery. I am planning to execute the queries using a PHP cron job then insert data to MySQL ...
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Counting unique records across 2 columns and computing a score based on boolean values

I have a table that looks like this in Google Big Query: custID InteractionDate Purchased? Sales 1 20150312 F 0 1 20150312 T 200 1 20150314 ...
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Aggregating two queries and returning a COUNT of some permutations

Hopefully the title can make sense to somebody, so I can get somebody working with a database (BigQuery in my case) to look into into. Given two quarters, I need to find out the # of orders placed by ...
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Large Table handling [closed]

We are having table that contains 6,616,711 (6.6 million) records in it. I want to know, How to manage this table? If there is SO question similar to this please give me link. Having following concern,...
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Why can't we perform joins in a distributed database like Bigtable?

From this answer to What database does Google use?, BigTable is not a relational database. It does not support joins nor does it support rich SQL-like queries. Is this obvious? I do not ...
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What are the performance implications of polymodels versus normal BigTable models in google app engine?

What produces the best performance in regular google app engine use, a polymodel or a normal "BigTable" model? The polymodel, effectively, creates a column in the parent table called "class" which ...