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Does Cubrid keep all the pages of a (heavily used) index in memory?

Suppose I heavily use a certain index, and there is enough RAM available on my machine. When scanning for the first time each page is read into memory. After that, are they discarded, or kept? Is there a configuration parameter for this?

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asked 6 years ago
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See the configuration parameter data_buffer_sizeThis parameter configures the amount of memory CUBRID is allowed to use for caching pages. If there is enough room to cache all the pages then CUBRID will keep them cached.
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answered 6 years ago

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