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Storing every scrabble board possible

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Here's an interesting discussing about storing every possible scrabble
board: http://www.livejournal.com/users/stenz/117914.html Note that
PostgreSQL ends up being 12x larger than a theoretical custom storage
format, which isn't too bad considering the gymnastics going on in the
custom storage format. Also note the author's original brute-force
method is 5x larger than an improved method using PostgreSQL.

So, is anyone currently running a PostgreSQL database that's 6TB and
150B rows?
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Nov 23 '05 #1
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