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What is the maximum size of a database?
Versions: ND6; ND6.5; ND7; ND8; ND8.5

64GB or OS file system limit (see notes)

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Additional notes:

64 GB (gigabyte) or the OS file system's limit (2 GB on some older UNIX platforms). Technote #1093509

Macintosh databases over 2GB: According to Technote
1113005, there are serious problems on the Macintosh client in Notes 6/6.5, including inability to replicate the database. The technote states that the problems were fixed in 7.0.2, but no corresponding fix has been identified.

IBM Reference:

This limit in various releases of Lotus Notes/Domino:

64 GB (gigabyte) or the OS file system's limit (R5)
2GB on Macintosh
64GB or OS file system limit (see notes) (ND6 to 8.5)

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