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Memory Based Planner 64-Bit Linux Takes Longer Time Than Memory Based Planner(32-Bit) Takes Time on Same Data Set (Doc ID 2589335.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 17, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
Memory Based Planner 64-bit Linux takes longer time than Memory Based Planner(32-bit) takes time on same data set.

The log file shows the performance is bad in Scheduling phase.
64-bit
-------
..Scheduling completed                                                    
45:43
.Generate data completed                                                  
50:57

32-bit
-----------
..Scheduling completed                                                    
13:09
.Generate data completed                                                  
18:22

Seems 64-bit MBP takes more time and consumes more memory per 1 slice.
64-bit
-----------
Slice # 1115 (100 demands) from priority: 999999 to: 999999
TIMER: slice 1114 pre phase 1 time = 0
All Operation = 100
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 1 time = 0
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 2 time = 0
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 2 time = 0
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 3 time = 0
Memory Used: 4.96587 MB; Scheduling duration: 0.00966667 Mins
32-bit
-----------
Slice # 1115 (100 demands) from priority: 999999 to: 999999
TIMER: slice 1114 pre phase 1 time = 0
All Operation = 100
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 1 time = 0
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 2 time = 0
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 2 time = 0
TIMER: slice 1114 phase 3 time = 0
Memory Used: 2.71307 MB; Scheduling duration: 0.00616667 Mins

Expected Behavior
Memory Based Planner 64-bit Linux take not so longer time than Memory Based Planner(32-bit) takes time on same data set.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Set profile MSC: 64-bit Planner Platform to Linux 64-bit
  2. Run the constrained plan.

Changes

 

Cause

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