This technology has absolutely no comparison with SQL other than it persists data
Except that apparently under certain circumstances it doesn't persist data, which was the author's point.
Personally I wouldn't be upset about a limitation like the one described as much as I would be upset about the database not logging an error when it discards the data. Logs are a primary way you figure out what's wrong when your application isn't behaving as expected. If you open the logs and see a bunch of "32-bit capabilities exceeded, please buy a real computer" messages, you learn what the problem is. If the database error logs are empty, that implies that everything is working fine, when in this case it clearly isn't.