Extract On Restart While In Recovery Runs Slower Using Lots Of Virtual Memory / Disk File Caching
(Doc ID 1478958.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019
Applies to:Oracle GoldenGate - Version 10.0.0.0 to 126.96.36.199.3 [Release 10.0.0 to 11.2]
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Extract runs slower on restart and uses lots of virtual memory (swap) / disk file caching.
-- ggsci> send <extract name>, status would indicate "In recovery"
Sending STATUS request to EXTRACT EX1 ...
EXTRACT EX1 (PID 8581)
Current status: In recovery: Processing data with empty data queue
-- ggsci> send <extract name>, cachemgr cst would indicate "vm current" higher than the "cache size",
"disk caching" a non-zero value, "Cumulative Stats For Cache Pool" a high value for "trans active"
GGSCI (test.xxx.com) 1> send ex1 cachemgr cst
Sending CACHEMGR request to EXTRACT EX1 ...
CACHE MANAGER VM USAGE
vm current = 55.99G vm anon queues = 0
vm anon in use = 55.98G vm file = 5.82M
vm used max = 55.99G ==> CACHE BALANCED
cache size = 32G cache force paging = 55.99G
buffer min = 64K buffer highwater = 4M
pageout eligible size = 4M
CACHE File Caching
disk current = 0 disk total = 0
disk caching = 10.32M file cached = 4.83M
file retrieves = 3.36M
CUMULATIVE STATS FOR CACHE POOL #8
POOL INFO group: ej1 id: p8581_ORA-LOB-MEMPOOL instance: 0 tid: (nil)
trans active = 2.88M trans concurrent (max) = 0
Issue is seen when there are lots of committed transactions between "Recovery Checkpoint" and "Current Checkpoint" for tables with LOBS.
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