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Gds licensing on Neo4j startup program

djenia88
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Hello!
My organization is using Neo4j 4.2.1 Enterprise edition on standalone Centos server with Startup Program, (so we have a licensce key)

Due to using enterprise license, we are have no cores or memory restrictions, (
in general, there are restrictions, but startup program allows to use 24 cores and 256 Gb of ram -
more than enough for us!)

One of the advantages that made us use Neo4j is gds library.

And question is : are any core limitations for using graph algorithms library in our case (if we have enterprise license for Neo4j by startup program wich has no cores restrictions)

Thanks

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Yes there is a 4 core limitation. The GDS Enterprise license is separate from the regular Neo4j license. If you need more, feel free to reach out with more details on your use-case and use of GDS and we'll see what we can do.

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Yes there is a 4 core limitation. The GDS Enterprise license is separate from the regular Neo4j license. If you need more, feel free to reach out with more details on your use-case and use of GDS and we'll see what we can do.

Thanks!

If you're talking about a 4-core limit for gds, does this mean 4 cores from each CPU?

For example, I have 2 Intel Xeon E5 2440 v2 cpu on my standalone Centos server, 8 cores/16 threads each, limitations allows me to use 4 physical cores from each CPU, or from only one CPU, and if one physical core has 2 logical threads, can I use 4 physical cores, 8 logical threads or only 4 physical cores, 4 logical threads?

Are there any RAM limitations for gds?

4 logical threads, no RAM limitations AFAIK.

4 logical threads from one CPU or both?

In total. It's a threadpool of size 4

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