Questions About the Capacity of POID_ID0 Column
(Doc ID 1078238.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 126.96.36.199.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control (BRM), given the following scenario:
- Suppose the current POID_ID0 value is extremely large in a production system, for example: 47,137,786,786 (11 digits)
- Analysis shows that this value is increasing by an average of 2,161,616,813 per month.
The latter point may be due to a combination of number of Call Data Records (CDRs)/events combined with an operational issue where the increment for dm_oracle and for the Rated Event Loader (REL) have been raised to overcome contention on allocating next sequence numbers from the single sequence.
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|Questions and Answers|
|What is the largest value that the POID can handle (in the context of non-partitioned tables initially).|
|We need to ensure that the system will have plenty of capacity in the coming years, and will not suffer from some kind of overflow in the long term.|
|Is there any follow-on implication on the capacity to hold partitioned POIDs.|