On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Alvaro Herrera
> William Temperley escribió:
> > I've been asked to store a grid of 1.5 million geographical locations,
> > fine. However, associated with each point are 288 months, and
> > associated with each month are 500 float values (a distribution
> > curve), i.e. 1,500,000 * 288 * 500 = 216 billion values :).
> > So a 216 billion row table is probably out of the question. I was
> > considering storing the 500 floats as bytea.
> What about a float array, float?
you seriously don't want to use bytea to store anything, especially if the
datatype matching exists in db of choice.
also, consider partitioning it :)
Try to follow rules of normalization, as with that sort of data - less
storage space used, the better :)
And well, I would look for a machine with rather fast raid storage :) (and
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