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Message Posted: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 @ 09:25:08 GMT
Further to the last point I would ALWAYS prebuild macros where you have the following:
* More than one TPUMP job tends to start in the space of 30 secs.
* Many DML statements in a single TPUMP job
* Lots of DDL going on when the TPUMP jobs tend to be started
Note: If you have many different DML statements you can sometimes get considerable performance gains from splitting them up into multiple parallel TPUMP jobs running across the same file - BUT PREBUILD THOSE MACROS (or pay the price)! This technique can also be used to split out upserts to allow a higher packrate (i.e. > 1) for all the other non-upsert DML within the job.
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