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Parameter Process Description
REPORT EXTRACT/REPLICAT Specify the interval at which EXTRACT or REPLICAT
generates interim runtime statistics in a process report
REPORTCOUNT EXTRACT/REPLICAT Report a count of transaction records that EXTRACT or
REPLICAT processed since startup
REPORTROLLOVER EXTRACT/REPLICAT Force report files to age on a regular schedule, instead of
when a process starts
Manager Specify the frequency with which Manager reports,
EXTRACT, and REPLICAT processes run
Manager Specify the interval at which Manager checks for EXTRACT
and REPLICAT lag
Manager Specify a lag threshold that is considered critical, and to
force a warning message to the error log when the
threshold is reached
Manager Specify a basic lag threshold; if lag exceeds the specified
value, Oracle GoldenGate reports lag information to the
error log. If the lag exceeds the value specified with
the LAGCRITICAL parameter, Manager reports the lag as
critical; otherwise, it reports the lag as an informational
Command Process Description
Manager Determine whether or not the Manager process is running. If Manager is running, the port
number is displayed. This command is an alias for STATUS MANAGER
SEND MANAGER Manager Retrieve the status of the active Manager process or to retrieve dynamic port information
as configured in the Manager parameter file
INFO EXTRACT EXTRACT The status of EXTRACT (STARTING, RUNNING, STOPPED or ABENDED).
LAG EXTRACT EXTRACT Determine a true lag time between EXTRACT and the data source. LAG EXTRACT calculates
the lag time more precisely than INFO EXTRACTbecause it communicates with EXTRACT
directly, rather than reading a checkpoint position in the trail
SEND EXTRACT EXTRACT Communicate with a running EXTRACT process. The request is processed as soon as
EXTRACT is ready to accept commands from users.
STATUS EXTRACT EXTRACT Determine whether or not EXTRACT is running
INFO REPLICAT REPLICAT Retrieve the processing history of a REPLICAT group. The output of this command includes:
The status of REPLICAT
(STARTING, RUNNING, STOPPED or ABENDED). STARTING means that the process has
started but has not yet locked the checkpoint file for processing.
(Oracle database) The REPLICAT mode: non-integrated or integrated.
Whether or not REPLICAT is in coordinated mode and, if so, how many threads it
Approximate REPLICAT lag.
The trail from which REPLICAT is reading.
The basic command displays information only for online (continuous) REPLICAT groups.
Tasks are excluded.
LAG REPLICAT REPLICAT Determine a true lag time between REPLICAT and the trail. LAG REPLICAT estimates the lag
time more precisely than INFO REPLICAT because it communicates with REPLICAT directly
rather than reading a checkpoint position
SEND REPLICAT REPLICAT Communicate with a starting or running REPLICAT process. The request is processed as soon
as REPLICAT is ready to accept commands from users
STATUS REPLICAT REPLICAT Determine whether or not REPLICAT is running
Topic Bug Resolution
Manual Bugs are associated with application software MOS Note ID: 1298817.1
Scripts Often occur due to user errors within the scripts Normal code reviews would minimize
error in scripts
Oracle GoldenGate Director A few bugs! Bugs have been documented in MOS MOS Note ID: 1298817.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Few bugs have been identified. Oracle recommends using
the plug-in to monitoring Oracle GoldenGate 22.214.171.124.10 or
MOS Note ID: 1495998.1 (Berkley
Database Data Store Bug)