[erlang-questions] Mnesia: beyond the 2GB limit on 32bits arch

Sean Cribbs <>
Mon Jan 18 20:57:55 CET 2010


riak.basho.com is the project site.  Also, see blog.basho.com for some 
screencasts and other informal information.  To be fair, Riak does not 
have mnesia's transaction semantics or qlc, but you do have map-reduce.

Sean

On 1/18/10 2:17 PM, zabrane Mikael wrote:
> Hi Sean,
>
> Is there a RIAK doc somewhere?
>
> Regards
> Zabrane.
>
> 2010/1/18 Sean Cribbs < <mailto:>>
>
>     Riak would be a good solution for this.  You can choose a backend
>     appropriate to your needs and spread the storage across a cluster
>     of nodes.
>
>     Sean
>
>
>     On 1/18/10 1:26 PM, zabrane Mikael wrote:
>
>         Hi list,
>
>         I'd like to use Mnesia with "disc_copies" schema to store 17
>         millions<key,val>  pairs.
>         Each key is uniq 160B string. The overall datasize is ~1.3TB.
>
>         How could I solve that knowing that Mnesia uses DETS behind
>         the scene and
>         the latter
>         has a 2GB limit?
>
>         N.B: I'm aware of "tcerl", "dbd" drivers for Erlang, but I'm
>         only looking
>         for pure Erlang solution.
>
>         Regards
>         Zabrane
>
>
>
>
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