Wrap-up This is the last post in this series and I’ll not introduce anything new here, but rather just summarise the changes explained and talk a bit about the value the solution delivers to the organisation. Let’s first review the situation we faced before implementing the changes. The cost of writing […]Read More
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Reducing storage requirements In the last post in this series I talked about how we sped up the move of data from operational to historical tables from around 16 hours down to just seconds. You find that post here. The last area of concern was the amount of storage this […]Read More
Moving to history tables In the last post I talked about how we made the speed of actually writing all those log-records much faster. It has to date been so fast that no a single report of a problem has been filed. you find that post here. Once the data […]Read More
Writing log records The last post in this series introduced the problem briefly. You find that post here. In this post I’ll talk about the changes made to make that writing of log records fast enough. There were 50 million records that was written. Each of them pretty much in its […]Read More
Introduction In my work among other things I tune and tweak solutions for EXADATA. Today I’ll write about a big improvement we achieved with a process that moves data from the operational tables to the ones where the history is stored. This will not be a technical post. While I […]Read More