Tag: LogReader

Repltalk – Replication Tuning Knobs – LogReader

Chris SkorlinskiMicrosoft SQL Server Escalation Services If you’re familiar with Microsoft SQL Server Replication technology you already know each Replication Agent has various parameters or knobs you can set via Agent Profile or SQL Agent job parameter. This series of posts provide insight into tuning Replication performance using these knobs. Following the 80-20 rule, 80%
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ReplTip – Setting LogScanThreshold can result in LogReader failure

Content provided by Sateesh Yele, Microsoft SQL Escalation Services BOL/MSDN documents –Logscanthreshold as “internal use only”. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms146878(v=sql.110).aspx -LogScanThreshold scan_threshold Internal use only. Other blog postings imply how to adjust this setting for better Logreader agent performance.  If you add this parameter to the Logreader SQL Agent command line and start the agent, Logreader agent will
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ReplTalk – Oracle Publishing Error ORA-01455

by Chris Skorlinski, Microsoft SQL Server Escalation Services Oracle Publishing, now deprecated in SQL Server 2014, provides ability to use Oracle server as a Transactional Replication Publisher to a Microsoft SQL Server subscriber. Oracle Publishing Overview http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms151229.aspx This feature was as designed as an Oracle to Microsoft SQL Server migration tool.  Other customers used Oracle
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