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    Who need that much file size for sqlite? Correct me if I am wrong but sqlite is a single file-based database.

    How will you get your a storage up to 281 TB? I think it is not a good idea to use sqlite or any other single file-based database if you need to store that much data.
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    @mr-user I assume it’s a theoretical limit, as in that addressing space can handle if.

    But basically a non news ;)
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  • 1
    Saw it and I love it
  • 1
    @Ranchonyx lemme pose you this, why not
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    @Ranchonyx Uh-huh! Yesn't
  • 3
    @Jilano damn you, using my own weapons against me!
  • 2
    Challenge.... Accepted
  • 2
    Continuously write data until its filled and see how slow it becomes lol
  • 5
    Kinda want to try this out but I'm pretty low on storage rn.
  • 4
    Finally! A single file db where I can store my entire futanari collection!
  • 1
    I've gotta say that I do stuff with self rendered maps (protobuf) and those, when rendered, are pretty much sqlite databases.

    I haven't tried the whole world yet but regardless, I also only include the currently necessary data and that makes the entire world (divided into continents) almost 4tb right now.

    When going full quality/data/zoom level, I think I'd easily hit more than 200tb! (and the rendering would take months but that aside)
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    you store the protobuf data in the sqlite database?
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    "Because we can"
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