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Is it feasible to have MySQL in-memory storage engine utilize 512 GB of RAM?
I am considering scaling up instead of scaling out. Therefore, I am interested to hear whether it is feasible to utilize the MySQL in-memory storage engine for a database that is 500+ GB, given that ...
Sep 26 '11 at 9:56
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