The The The management fish of the outdated people of 110 million posts said that the outdated MYSQL database is now about 75G. I am thinking that if you do not divide the table, then a file can be as high as 75G. Does that mean that the current server can not be driven This 75G database? Must be divided into tables, otherwise the server must be stuck?

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Netizen Reply: The The Quote: The most popular MJJ in the LOC forum was published in 2020-7-709:43 oracle 4 multi terabytes passing by without fear
Netizen Reply: The The 75G is no problem, 300G novel library, there is no pressure
Netizen reply: The The The memory is just the database to cache some commonly used content in advance, and there is no need to directly cache the entire library into the memory
Netizen reply: The The If your content is very random, it will have exploded long ago, or you should develop a good habit of chunking. .
Netizen reply: The The Partitions are generally on different storages, used in conjunction with non-full table scans, FULLACCESS is always a nightmare
Netizen reply: The The Quote: 012 published in 2020-7-709:51 If your content is very random, it will have exploded long ago, or you should develop a good habit of chunking. .
Netizen reply: The The MYSQL single table 2 billion data passing by, 7T, no pressure, SSD

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