Determining if the data area should be changed - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference

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Assure MIMIX™ Software
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Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference
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Before changing the data area, it is recommended that you contact a Certified MIMIX Consultant for assistance with running object send processing with diagnostic messages enabled. Review the set of LVI0001 messages returned as a result.

By default, the RCVJRNE block size is 99,999 bytes, with the small block value set to 5,000 bytes and the medium block value set to 20,000 bytes. If the resulting messages indicate that you are processing full journal entry blocks, there is no need to add a delay to the RCVJRNE call. In this case, the object send job is already running as efficiently as possible. Note that a block is considered full when the next journal entry in the sequence cannot fit within the size limitations of the block currently being processed.

Note: Reviewing these messages can also be helpful once you have changed the default values, to ensure that the object send job is operating efficiently.

The following are examples of LVI0001 messages:

LVI0001 OM2120 Block Sizes (in Kb): Small=20; Medium=60
LVI0001 OM2120 Block Counts: Small=129; Medium=461; Large=46; Full=1
LVI0001 OM2120 Using RCVJRNE Block Size (in Kb): 200
LVI0001 OM2120 - Range Counts: 0%=80; 2%=28; 5%=21; 10%=23; 15%=56; 20%=161; 25%=221; 30%=23
LVI0001 OM2120 - Range Counts: 40%=10; 50%=4; 60%=5; 70%=3; 80%=0; 90%=1; Full=1
OM2120 File Attr Cache: Size= 30, no cache lookup attempts

In the above example, 636 blocks were sent but only one of the sent blocks were full. Making changes to the delay multiplier or altering the small or medium block size specification would probably make sense in this scenario. Recommendations for changing the block size values are provided in Configuring the RCVJRNE call delay and block values.