[erlang-questions] non-atomic nature of mnesia:dirty_update_counter

Chandru <>
Mon Mar 7 17:11:42 CET 2011


On 7 March 2011 14:54, Edmond Begumisa <> wrote:

> On Tue, 08 Mar 2011 01:39:29 +1100, Chandru <
> > wrote:
>
>  FWIW, we use mnesia in about 20 different systems all doing various stuff
>> in
>> the network. Yes, mnesia doesn't handle partitioned networks very well,
>> but
>> we've just learned to work around this. The 2G limit is not a limit at all
>> -
>> just fragment your table. Our customer database of about 60 million
>> entries
>> is partitioned into 128 fragments and it handles about 350 million lookups
>> a
>> day, and the CPUs are rather bored on that machine.
>>
>>
> At T-mobile I presume?
>
> - Edmond -
>
>
Yes. We are called Everything Everywhere now! T-Mobile is the brand.

cheers
Chandru


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