In a B+ tree, if the search-key value is 8 bytes long, the block size is 512 bytes and the block pointer size is 2 bytes, then the maximum order of the B+ tree is ___________.
B^{+} tree
Search key : 8 bytes
Block size : 512 bytes
Block pointer : 2 bytes
Maximum order of B^{+} tree node??
$ \begin{array}{l}\mathrm P\times{\mathrm B}_\mathrm P+\left(\mathrm P-1\right)\times\mathrm{Key}\leq\mathrm{Block}\;\mathrm{size}\\\mathrm P\times2+\left(\mathrm P-1\right)8\leq512\\10\mathrm P\leq520\\\mathrm P=\left|\frac{520}{10}\right|=52\end{array} $
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