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Re: Shared DBI handle supporting threads and processes

by Anonymous Monk
on Apr 25, 2020 at 02:41 UTC ( #11116051=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Shared DBI handle supporting threads and processes

Does any of this sound ... stupid? Certainly ( 400 x 64 = 25,600 cores ) may be too much for the DB to handle. Uh huh: and if "the necessary data does not actually arrive at every one of these cores," guess what happens? Crickets. And there is no possible "software" solution. Even if you have "25,600 cores," on paper, if you can actually only supply "400" of them with data "without interruption," guess how many cores you actually have? Go ahead. Build a vast industrial complex "with stupendous reserve capacity," fed by a six-inch pipe.
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