I'd add that size methods of CacheDataStore (abstraction which is
responsible for storing partition data in offheap) actually return int
type. That means that there's a limit of Integer.MAX_VALUE entries per
partition, which is still huge.
FYI: If total cache size is greater than Integer.MAX_VALUE, you can use
IgniteCache#sizeLong method in order to obtain correct size.
On 07.03.2018 13:24, Stanislav Lukyanov wrote:
I believe its Long.MAX_VALUE, so I wouldn’t worry about reaching that
cap in one’s lifetime :)
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*Subject: *max size of Ignite cache (not memory size, i mean max
Is there a max limit for the amount of records in one cache? (is it
what will happen when a cache reaches the max limit and we keep adding
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