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Re: Ozone Scalability
On Fri, 09 Feb 2001, Andreas Monitzer wrote:
> On Friday, February 9, 2001, at 10:58 PM, Roy Ladner wrote:
> > I read the following on the ozone web site. Does this mean that no
> > persistant object in Ozone can contain more data than can fit into
> > memory?
> > "Database objects are loaded into memory as a whole when someone is
> > invoking a method on them. Actually, it gets loaded when a method of one
> > of its proxies is invoked."
> [I'm sorry if I say anything wrong here, Falko]
Hey, any help is always and greatly appreciated. :) It's 'your' mailing list as
much as it's 'my' mail list. Keep it comming, Andreas. ;)
> All modern OSes use virtual memory, so this shouldn't be a problem if you don't plan to use >1GB objects.
> And maybe you should split them up into many objects if speed matters to you...
> Description forthcoming.
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