Not taking performance into account - the limit for storing documents is
set by the amount of disk space and RAM you have. The ability of MongoDB to
scale out is only restricted by this.
Also have a look at MongoDB at Scale <https://www.mongodb.com/mongodb-scale>
where there are some examples where users have grown from single server
deployments to clusters with over 1000 nodes, delivering millions of
operations per second on over 100 billion documents and petabytes of data.
On Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 12:23:47 PM UTC+10, bernard granier wrote:
I am looking to use MangoDB to store a huge amount of records : between 12
and 15 billions. Is it possible to store this number of docuements in
I saw on the net, that there are limits for : document size, indexe size,
number of elements in collection. But is there a limit in terms of number
of records ?
This thread seems to say that there is no limit, is it the case ?