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NLS Data Archiving in Write Phase is taking a while

Hi NLS Folks,

Would you know how long is the processing of the Copy Phase if you have 27M, and there is only 3 servers that share resources?

Also, in the Data Archiving Process I used Maximum of Data Package to be 100 MB.

I don't have much idea on NLS and would really need your expertise on this matter.

I tried it in simulation mode to capture issues prior to the Prod Mode.

My object is WOPT and I used Calmonth as my partition to minimize the data to archive just to complete this POC but it is now around an hour and is still in this line of the Job log:

Lock deleted for request 1- in Mode E

Lock set for request 1- in mode E

Lock deleted for request 1- in mode E.

How long would it take for the next line to show up usually?

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 07:33 PM

    Hi Joan, I see the post is of past but since still open putting below comment.

    You could be running the archival in simulation mode. Simulation mode generally has below in lock.

    Lock deleted for request 1- in Mode E

    Lock set for request 1- in mode E

    Lock deleted for request 1- in mode E

    To archive 128 million records of one write optimized DSO - it took 6 & 1/2 hours for copy and 3 hours for verification and deletion.

    Since you have archival on cal month; the timings will definitely be longer compared to above numbers.

    Thanks.

    Regards.

    Anil

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