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Golden Gate Replicat Consuming Large Amount Of Memory And Growing Linux x86-64 - Teradata (Doc ID 2007521.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle GoldenGate - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


While running replicats with BATCHSQL and HANDLECOLLISIONS (processing trail files generated during initial load process), the replicts are reporting: WARNING OGG-01137 BATCHSQL suspended, continuing in normal mode. In normal mode, with handlecollisions, the collision is then handled and the replicat returns to BATCHSQL mode: INFO OGG-01139 BATCHSQL resumed, recovered from error.

When we see this occur over and over, we see the memory consumption of the server for the replicat continue to grow.

example, using ps to capture memory consumption:
this replict has been up since (per rpt file:) Starting at 2015-04-10 13:34:09

793.133 MB RNSC3
Fri Apr 10 13:37:22 EDT 2015

2087.46 MB RNSC3
Fri Apr 10 13:42:22 EDT 2015

2985.18 MB RNSC3
Fri Apr 10 13:47:22 EDT 2015

3912.5 MB RNSC3
Fri Apr 10 13:52:22 EDT 2015

If we remove BATCHSQL param, the memory consumption remains below 100MB for over 12 hours.
We see this behavior in multiple replicats.

GoldenGate for Teradata

If we remove BATCHSQL, so as not to consume memory, the replicats are too slow and lag grows.

For replicats that are current and no longer require HANDLECOLLISIONS, we don't see this growth when using BATCHSQL.
We only see it in replicts with BATCHSQL that switch to normal mode and return to batch sql mode.


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