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1. What is the maximum size possible for my database?
The maximum size possible for a database is 4 Gb. The maximum number of records in a database is not limited, but we do not recommend to use Brilliant Database for simultaneous work with more than 500000 (half a million) records.
2. What is the maximum size of a file attachment stored in a Brilliant Database record?
The maximum size possible for one file attachment is 64 Mb. This is more than enough for an MS Word document, presentation, music file mp3.
3. On what engine does Brilliant Database work?
Brilliant Database works on its own database engine. It allows providing simultaneous access to a database for several people, using mathematics, storing file attachments for records, using a tree-like structure and much more.
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