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ICC Database tables which hold summarized data can be partitioned

Encountering performance issues with control center due to having a requirement for a large amount summary data to be available.   Given that some of the performance issue are due to long running queries, if the tables holding this data were partitioned, the queries could be improved

  • Guest
  • Aug 21 2018
  • Functionality already exists
What is your industry? Computer Services
How will this idea be used?

To help with product performance issues and high volume data collection

  • Admin
    VIJAY CHOUGULE commented
    5 Oct, 2021 09:27pm
    Since IBM Sterling Control Center was released, you are able to purge data from the CC_PROCESS, CC_PROCESS_DVG, CC_FILE_TRANSFER, and CC_FILE_TRANSFER_DVG tables, automatically, via an additional setting, like the one for event data.

    For more details on this, see:

    Note Control Center is also able to automatically purge data from another summary table, ROLL_UP, if the engine property SUMMARY_TABLES_PURGE_ROLL_UP is added, with a value of TRUE. By default its value is FALSE. The same link above provides more details on this.

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