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Object size relationship to partition size?
Do the partitions within a cache have a size limit?
cluster size 25 (all local storage enabled)
high unit limit: 1000MB (per cluster node)
partition count: 257
backup count: 1
For the example above, there will be 10 partitions per node. Will each partition be internally limited to store 100MB (i.e. 1000MB high unit limit / 10 partitions)? Or is the 1000MB high unit limit only applied at the node-level? If it is the former, then my assumption is that I will not be able to store any single object larger than 100MB. If it is the latter AND the object sizes vary by a lot, my assumption is that although the individual partitions may contain the same number of objects they will vary widely in units consumed. Either way, I may face some challenges if my objects are huge, but I would like to know what I am up against.