Friday, 23 March 2018

Amazon Redshift has increased the amount of tables you can create in cluster

Amazon Redshift doubles the number of tables you can now create in the cluster to 20000 for 8xlarge cluster node types. With this update, the customer will gain more control and granularity for organizing data in the cluster. 20000 tables are the maximum number of the table you can create per cluster for 8x large cluster node types and for 9900 for large and xlarge cluster node types. The limit consists of temporary tables and user-defined temporary table by the Amazon Redshift during the system maintenance or query processing. In the Limit, the views are not included. 

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