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Hi :)
Thanks! :)  I think it's definitely good to learn more about what back-ends
are available and what they are each best for.  Also good when FUD or just
misunderstandings can be cleared up.  Thanks for that :)

Regards from
Tom :)

On 12 July 2014 05:42, Marion & Noel Lodge <> wrote:

Hi Tom,

In relation to the H2 database you said -
I   get the impression that H2 is also a small, fast one but could easily
be wrong.

All of my H2 databases would be classified as small, but a couple of years
ago an H2 user posted on the Users Group that inserts to his data base
slowed down significantly after it got to the 1 billion record mark!  See -!searchin/h2-database/billion/h2-database/tB6QP8MeDj8/6tyTZ4s5kf0J

​You will notice from the thread that he got several responses on how to
overcome his problem​ and these enabled him to improve the response he was

So I think H2 should be included in the list of heavy duty databases.  But
I must admit that it will probably be quite a while before I need a table
with 1 billion rows in it!


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