Coherence HotCache GoldenGate Batch Processing Takes Twice The Time With Coherence 220.127.116.11.2 Compared To 18.104.22.168.4
(Doc ID 2551849.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2023
Applies to:Oracle Coherence - Version 22.214.171.124.0 and later
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Does explicit thread pool improves HotCache GoldenGate replicat performance?
Documentation says as follows:
- goldengate.handler.hotcache.mode=tx, -Dcoherence.hotcache.concurrency=1
In tx mode with a concurrency property value of 1, HotCache iterates and applies a transaction worth of trail file operations on a single thread (the GoldenGate Java Adapter thread). The group of operations comprising the transaction is determined by the value of the GoldenGate replicat GROUPTRANOPS property. The default value of the concurrency property is 1. This configuration may exhibit greater throughput than the operation mode configuration, even though it is still single-threaded and therefore poses no data correctness risks.
- goldengate.handler.hotcache.mode=tx, -Dcoherence.hotcache.concurrency>1
In tx mode with a concurrency property value greater than 1, HotCache applies a transaction worth of operations in parallel on multiple HotCache threads. The group of operations comprising the transaction is determined by the value of the GoldenGate replicat GROUPTRANOPS property. This configuration should exhibit greater throughput than single-threaded configurations and throughput generally increases with the number of threads configured to a maximum of eight times the number of cores on the HotCache host.
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