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Memory Usage of a PI Message

Hello All,

We are doing a POC on sending a ~ 40 MB payload file through PI which updates a table using JDBC adapter. The process is async and takes around 25 minutes. Is ther a way to check the memory consumption of the message ?

Thanks,

Kiran

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 09:35 PM

    hi,

    >>>>We are doing a POC on sending a ~ 40 MB payload file through PI which updates a table using JDBC adapter. The process is async and takes around 25 minutes. Is ther a way to check the memory consumption of the message ?

    1. why do you need to determine the memory consumption ? probably the jdbc call itself is that long (far too long for 40 Mb....)

    2. with ICO the memory occupied can be 40 Mb (due to one persistence step)

    3. on my system we're doing 2 Gb of messages (file to JMS) in less then 5 mins ... (ICO 7.11)

    so there must be something wrong at your confg

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk


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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 09:17 PM

    > Is ther a way to check the memory consumption of the message ?

    If you are looking for the size of your payload message, then you can see it in SXMB_MONI itself. Plus you can also go to RWB and see the performance monitoring area. There you will see the performance chart of each message vs time and memory size.

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