RE: SQL*Loader performance
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 13:10:30 -0500
What about row triggers? Were any row triggers added to any of the tables. If a row trigger exists on a table that you attempt to direct load I believe that you just converted the direct load into a conventional load.
Also I take it that VPD (RLS) was not just implemented on any of the objects.
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Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 11:46 AM To: Jared Still
Subject: Re: SQL*Loader performance
There were no new indices added. I am pretty sure of that since I was
the one who applied the changes.
I have also compared the list of indices on the tables before and after the changes and they are the same.
I am very positive that the indices were dropped prior to the load, but I need to check for that during the upcoming load. There were no LOB columns added. There were several date , char and number columns added. I also think that couple of columns were removed. There were nothing else.
genegurevich_at_discover.com 01/17/2008 10:35 cc AM oracle-l <oracle-l_at_freelists.org> Subject Re: SQL*Loader performance
On Jan 17, 2008 8:12 AM, <genegurevich_at_discover.com> wrote: Jared,
What would you be looking for in the DDLs for old and new tables? I
post them here, but the are very very
So there have been a number of changes?
New indexes that may be enabled during data load.
LOB columns , etc.
You really need to narrow it down to a test case.
You're right, no one here is going to look at a huge DDL section.
But without a test case, everything is guessing.
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