Wednesday, 2 March 2016

5 Tips For Better DataStage Design #10



1. Establish baselines (especially with I/O), use copy with no output
2. Avoid the use of only one flow for tuning/performance testing.  Prototyping can be a powerful tool.
3. Work in increments...change 1 thing at a time.
4. Evaluate data skew:  repartition to balance the data flow
5. Isolate and Solve - determine which stage is causing a problem.

6. distribute file systems (if possible) to eliminate bottlenecks
7. Do NOT involve the RDBMS in initial testing.
8. Understand and evaluate the tuning knobs available





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