[erlang-questions] Maximum number of Mnesia nodes

denis <>
Fri Jul 27 17:15:18 CEST 2007


Still nobody have a response for this?

I'm in the case of designing a server embedding mnesia with ram_copies
tables. Several instances of the server can be launched, and the mnesia
tables are replicated.
I'm having the same concern with how many instances I can run before the
transaction committing in mnesia becomes a problem.

If someone already used several replicated mnesia instances, I would like to
have some numbers.

Thanks
Denis

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De :  [mailto:erlang-questions-
> ] De la part de David King
> Envoyé : lundi 23 juillet 2007 21:24
> À : Joel Reymont
> Cc : Erlang Questions
> Objet : Re: [erlang-questions] Maximum number of Mnesia nodes
> 
> Did you ever get any off-list responses to this? I'm curious too.
> 
> On 15 Jul 2007, at 05:44, Joel Reymont wrote:
> 
> > Folks,
> >
> > How many Mnesia nodes are you running in your production
> > installation? I'm looking to find the maximum here.
> >
> > I'm only dealing with ram_copies tables (cache), trying to figure out
> > whether I can make every Yaws node a Mnesia node without slowing
> > transactions down too much.
> >
> > My current thinking is to wait and gather statistics before trying to
> > decouple Yaws and Mnesia . Still, I would love to know how much
> > transactions slow down with the addition of every new Mnesia node.
> >
> > 	Thanks, Joel
> >
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