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How many rows can a database handle?
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It depends on

  1. database limits
  2. hardware limits

see

The internal representation of a MySQL table has a maximum row size limit of 65,535 bytes, even if the storage engine is capable of supporting larger rows. BLOB and TEXT columns only contribute 9 to 12 bytes toward the row size limit because their contents are stored separately from the rest of the row.

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Oracle allows two bytes for row numbers, so theoretically they could go as high as 65535 rows in a block. However, given the minimum row length (11 bytes) and maximum database block size (32K), the pratical limit on the number of rows in a block is in fact only 2970.

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