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Fusion-io can cram more data into its ioMemory flash storage without cramping performance – at least that’s what it’s claiming about its NVM Compression technology. We are told NVM Compression is “a flash-aware interface that can double the useable capacity of ioMemory flash while eliminating the performance impact associated …

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Or you could chose an enterprise grade database in the first place.

See http://bradmcgehee.com/2010/03/08/an-introduction-to-data-compression-in-sql-server-2008/

http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/3187/demonstrating-the-effects-of-using-data-compression-in-sql-server/

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Don't you mean PostgreSQL?

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Enterprise grade

In the sense of only really big ones have a large enough legal department to work out licensing, the pockets to foot the bill and the manpower to restart from new every 3 years.

In the meantime, the not-so-enterprisy DB is humming along nicely on some el-cheapo boxes running CentOS or whatever.

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