Thanks for your answer Jesse.
Yes, we are aware of the size limit. that's why, currently, we don't
Our graph is directed and contains cycles.
On 23 mai, 19:02, "A. Jesse Jiryu Davis" <je...@10gen.com> wrote:
> Be aware of the 16MB-per-document limit -- if you have 3.5M integers in an
> array, each int will require a type header (1 byte), an index (about 8
> bytes, if your indexes are in the millions), and the int (4 bytes),
> resulting in around 16 bytes to store each int. So you can't store more
> than about 1M integers in a single document's array.
> This may be the reason for your "Assertion: 10263:unknown error reading
> How is your graph structured? Is it a tree, a directed acyclic graph, or
> On Wednesday, May 23, 2012 12:11:03 PM UTC-4, Nicolas wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > We try to store a graph by using MongoDB.
> > However, the link of nodes stored in the "out" field can be really
> > Moreover, if we want to add a field "in" in our object to know
> > Thanks a lot
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