oracle goldengate 复制端延时应用参数DEFERAPPLYINTERVAL
Valid for Replicat
Use the DEFERAPPLYINTERVAL parameter to set an amount of time that Replicat waits before
applying captured transactions to the target database. To determine when to apply the
transaction, Replicat adds the delay value to the commit timestamp of the source
transaction, as recorded in the local GMT time of the source system.
You can use DEFERAPPLYINTERVAL for such purposes as to prevent the propagation of
erroneous changes made to the source data, to control data arrival across different time
zones, and to allow time for other planned events to occur before the data is applied to the
target. Note that by using DEFERAPPLYINTERVAL, you are purposely building latency into the
target data, and it should be used with caution if the target applications are time-sensitive.
To find out if Replicat is deferring operations, use the SEND REPLICAT command with the
STATUS option and look for a status of Waiting on deferred apply.
NOTE If the TCPSOURCETIMER parameter is in use, it is possible that the timestamps of the
source and target transactions could vary by a few seconds, causing Replicat to
hold its transaction (and hence row locks) open for a few seconds. This small
variance should not have a noticeable affect on performance
Default 0 (no delay)
time is the value that is set for the EOFDELAY parameter. The maximum
delay time is seven days.
S | SEC | SECS | SECOND | SECONDS | MIN | MINS | MINUTE | MINUTES | HOUR | HOURS |
DAY | DAYS
Example This example directs Replicat to wait ten hours before posting its transactions.
If a transaction completes at 08:00:00 source GMT time, and the delay time is 10 hours, the
transaction will be applied to the target at 18:00:00 target GMT time the same day.
send REPLICAT RFPFP011 status
如果出现Waiting on deferred apply (2011-11-22 09:09:56) 则启用了DEFERAPPLYINTERVAL参数