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Message Posted: Wed, 06 Feb 2008 @ 14:47:39 GMT
You may need to reduce the number of jobs. Each time you run a job has toinitialize the utility, create and drop temporary tables, flush the logs etc. These operations are very time consuming.
It is an easy advice to give but you will probably need to redesign the entire application. If you go for it, consider the following improvements:
1. Introduce a staging area and load large chunks of data there (FastLoad, MultiLoad), then transform the data and populate the user tables. The latter can often be done by simple SQL, not by utilities, but utilities can also be considered.
2. Introduce continuous data flows based on some queueing mechanisms such as supported by WebSphere.
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