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ACQUIRED_RATE_LIMIT_PERMIT | When no Rate Limit Set

asked 2019-07-15 17:25:03 -0500

CaptinCCat gravatar image

Hi All,

I testing out some stuff for my company at this given moment. But i need to move multiple tables into one and i am using JDBC Multitable to do this. When i only have one table in the multi table i can transfer data just fine. However when i add more then one table im getting the ACQUIRED_RATE_LIMIT_PERMIT. Even thought i have no rate limit set.

If someone could help me with this, im not sure what is needed for the assistance, just let me know and i should be able to aquire it.

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answered 2019-07-18 15:41:59 -0500

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What do you have the "Queries Per Second" config option set to? In any event, ACQUIRED_RATE_LIMIT_PERMIT means that the thread has actually acquired the permit. It's not waiting (which would be called WAITING_FOR_RATE_LIMIT_PERMIT). How large are the tables? Do they have primary keys defined? What have you set the multithreading mode to, and the number of threads?

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"Queries per Second": 10 --> Threads: 1 --> Table size: 176 million records total on Test DB, with 2mil records added per hour on production. --> Reading from 4 different tables --> It does work, just takes about 10-15min to get going --> And yes, to the primary Keys --> No Multithreading

CaptinCCat gravatar imageCaptinCCat ( 2019-07-26 09:04:57 -0500 )edit
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