According to the FAQ on, the row size is arbitrarily
limited to 1MB, which can be increased to 16MB by changing a
#define in the source code.

My question is, why even limit the row size? Is there a way the
code can modified so that there is no limit for the row size (other
than the available disk/memory space)?

In the database, I'd like to store files which are greater than
16MB. The row size limit is preventing this from happening. Actually,
I haven't tried inserting binary files greater than 16MB. I assumed
that it wouldn't work or cause some kinda weird problem.

Please tell me how I can get rid of the row size limitation.

Thank you for your help!


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