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The Neo4J site states that the community version of Neo4J has a limit in the graph size, but does not state the limit of the community version.

https://neo4j.com/editions/

What is the size limit of the community version?

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  • I seem to remember that this spring, I read "limit is 100 million nodes" on the very page you are citing. Either they changed/removed it from the page or I don't recall it correctly – tscherg Oct 2 '17 at 11:07
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I contacted uk@neo4j.com to ask for clarification and the answer they gave is that:

There is a limit on node count and relationship count of 34Bn each

and

The 34bn limit doesn't apply to Neo4j Enterprise

The release announcement for 3.0 mentions a 34bn limit that no longer applies:

Dynamic pointer compression expands Neo4j’s available address space as needed, making it possible to store graphs of any size. That’s right: no more 34 billion node limits!

So my guess is that 'Dynamic pointer compression' is an Enterprise Edition feature.

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From version 3.x.x there's not node limit for the graph. For more reference you can go through this reference saying

Dynamic pointer compression expands Neo4j’s available address space as needed, making it possible to store graphs of any size. That’s right: no more 34 billion node limits!

currently we have billions of nodes in our servers with size upto TBs. It has been tested.

Hope this helps!

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  • The linked page doesn't mention community edition at all. – Jack Douglas Oct 24 '17 at 6:52
  • I searched the page for 'community', 'edition', and 'limit' and found nothing about Community Edition. Please quote the relevant text in your answer (which would greatly improve your answer anyway). – Jack Douglas Oct 24 '17 at 7:03
  • it is ok now @JackDouglas. Hope this helps! :) – Shaik Rizwana Oct 24 '17 at 7:18
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    I saw that but it's referring to a previous limit in the enterprise edition, not community edition, as far as I can tell. There are a few references around to a CE limit of "100 million nodes", including the comment on the question by @tscherg – Jack Douglas Oct 24 '17 at 7:45

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