Therefore the limit of number of trees is defined by the highest
integer for DBMS in use. This is not configurable. If you expect
to have more than 2**31 trees you might want to use custom field
- for tree id with a different numeric type (supposedly ``BIGINT``)
- and probably set up an index on it to speed up creating new trees.
+ for tree id with a different numeric type (supposedly ``BIGINT``).
*Number of children in each node:*
Imposed by the length of one path segment. Can be configured
using the "steplen" parameter (see :class:`MPManager`). The number
would limit your tree to 1679616 maximum children and 2561 maximum
*Total number of nodes in a tree:*
- There is no such limit. Not any that you can hit even
+ There is no such limit. Not any that you can hit even with extremely
low) default path length. The total number of nodes in a tree
is equal to "36 ** pathlen" and with "pathlen=255" it is something