What are the limitations of using RavenDB without a license for a home project?

Good afternoon. I want to use a NoSQL database RavenDB. Will be used for a home project, that is, nobody but me will use the results of this program, access will be also just me.
The cost of a license for RavenDB somewhere between the cosmic and transcendental.
I don't want to spend forces to implement this technology into your project, and then a month later it turns out that the server starts wildly to request a license, and I will start to cut back on functionality. Or functionality there already cut originally?
Does anyone have experience using RavenDB without a license?
June 14th 19 at 20:40
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June 14th 19 at 20:42
But in RavenDB there is a free license with certain restrictions, home. Read more https://ravendb.net/license/request, if you are not satisfied, there are MongoDB and Redis
Yes, MongoDB is seen as an alternative, but if I will be able to use RavenDB, and it will not nag me for the license, but I would prefer to use it.
From RavenDB has a Basic version which has limitations in database size 1 GB..I think with time I can go over this number...
The question is how I restrict RavenDB without a license...as it clearly? Or is it only my responsibility, if the project is commercial then I have to buy.. - nikita.Stracke commented on June 14th 19 at 20:45
, Hmmm, the website is their only Community, Prof and Enterprise and Community and free of restrictions on the size of the base is not there. - Josef commented on June 14th 19 at 20:48

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