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Common Questions for DIPC Remote GoldenGate Agent PMSRVR (Doc ID 2524590.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2020

Applies to:

Data Integration Platform Cloud - Version 18.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This knowledge article reflects updated product names. Data Integration Platform Cloud (DIPC) was formerly known as Autonomous Data Integration Platform Cloud (ADIPC).
Data Integration Platform Cloud Classic (DIPC Classic or DIPC-C) was formerly known as Data Integration Platform Cloud (DIPC). Please see KM Document 2493395.1 for the full list of recently renamed PaaS services.

This document serves to answer common questions about the GoldenGate 'pmsrvr' process used in Data Integration Platform Cloud (DIPC).

  1. Is the 'pmsrvr' process required for DIPC remote GoldenGate agent?
  2. Is high CPU utilization expected as a result of a large number of GoldenGate processes running?
  3. Can 'pmsrvr' be tuned to consume less CPU?
  4. Will GLOBALS and MGR parameter files be overwritten at the start of GoldenGate remote agent?
  5. What is the best way to keep the GoldenGate remote agent running?
  6. What logs can be viewed to determine the status of the GoldenGate remote agent?
  7. How to patch GoldenGate for DIPC Remote Agent.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 1. Is the 'pmsrvr' process required for DIPC remote GoldenGate agent?
 2. Is high CPU utilization expected as a result of a large number of GoldenGate processes running?
 3. Can 'pmsrvr' be tuned to consume less CPU?
 4. Will GLOBALS and MGR parameter files be overwritten at the start of GoldenGate remote agent?
 5. What is the best way to keep the GoldenGate remote agent running?
 6. What logs can be viewed to determine the status of the GoldenGate remote agent?
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