I have the following questions, after reading this FAQ (http://
www.postgresql.org/docs/faqs.FAQ.html#item4.4) are there statistics
around the max number of schemas in a database, max number of tables
In a schema, and max number of tables in a database (number that
spans schemas) ? Are the only limitations based on disk & ram/swap ?
Does anybody have a rough ballpark figures of the largest install
base on those questions?
I'm curious about these stats, because I'm debating on how best to
break up data, between schemas, physical separate databases, and the
combination of the two.
Thanks In Advanced.
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