attachment max size?

Posted on 2013-10-18
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is there a limit to the size of an attachment to be stored in sql server? (blob)

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BLOB 65535 bytes max.

MEDIUMBLOB 16777215 max

LONGBLOB 4294967295 max

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thanks - is that for sql 2008 r2? can you provide a msdn link for that please?
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