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Running dbimport for two databases at the same time
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Sean Baker
2017-09-27 20:47:09 UTC
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Hello,

We're migrating to IDS 12.10.FC9 on RHEL 7.4 in a VMWare environment.

Our main database takes 2.75 hours to dbimport, and the second largest takes 1.5 hours. We have one large dataspace/chunk for all data.

I'd like to gain some time by running the dbimport for both databases at the same time. Is there any disadvantage to this? I guess the table data of the two databases will be interleaved? Would it be better to just import them separately?

Thanks,

Sean.
Spokey Wheeler
2017-09-27 21:05:53 UTC
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It’s less likely to be a hassle if your extent sizing is good. If you just use the defaults, it’s going to be terrible.
Post by Sean Baker
Hello,
We're migrating to IDS 12.10.FC9 on RHEL 7.4 in a VMWare environment.
Our main database takes 2.75 hours to dbimport, and the second largest takes 1.5 hours. We have one large dataspace/chunk for all data.
I'd like to gain some time by running the dbimport for both databases at the same time. Is there any disadvantage to this? I guess the table data of the two databases will be interleaved? Would it be better to just import them separately?
Thanks,
Sean.
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