Re: speed of light
Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2008 10:44:40 -0700
> Thanks all for the comments. Several things to follow up now.
> 1. What is DA? I will try to find out. The DBA said on multiple
> (written) occasions "replicates to [machine] using DA replication".
> It was also called "line by line replication" by someone else.
> 2. A 400 msec response time shouldn't be caused by the speed of
> light - that should only account for 100 msec and thus can't be the
> main problem.
> 3. TCP/IP tuning needs investigating.
> 4. Increase frequency of switching redo to decrease problem with
> Dataguard lag time.
> 5. Can a materialized view help?
> 6. Find out what Quest is.
> Follow up question:
> What is this "old scripted way of doing things" (compressing logs
> etc)? If Dataguard is causing us grief, we have a non-DG utility/
> script already available that doesn't require messing with the
> application and would be a generic solution worldwide?
> Extra information:
> An additional problem with Dataguard is that it requires the database
> to be put into "receive" mode which means we can't have the
> application up and running (but dormant) while the database is the
> target of replication.
> And another problem is that the tables can't be part of a larger
> schema -
> the database needs to be a surrogate of the master box.
> BFN. Paul.
4. Tune TCP/IP first before doing this. 5. No. 6. Waste of time in solving this issue.
-- Daniel A. Morgan Oracle Ace Director & Instructor University of Washington damorgan_at_x.washington.edu (replace x with u to respond) Puget Sound Oracle Users Group www.psoug.orgReceived on Sat Jun 07 2008 - 12:44:40 CDT