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Establish purpose of the partitioning
Check database server resources (disk, CPU), parallel processing capabilities, tablespaces, throughput and sizing
Determine and Setup streaming online – (EMPLID ranges)
Enable streams for calendar id / pay run id
Enable “Perform stream processing”, for all streams, on the Payroll Run control page
Update Process Scheduler Server definition – Max API Aware and Max Parallel Process Types
Determine underlaying list of tables and its associated indexes, and any customized indexes
Create Partition and sub-partition on listed tables and indexes, matching the streams and the columns identified for partitions (for e.g., cal_run_id, emplid)
Adjust database configurations such as roll back segments, block size, and related configurations – DBA should know this
Update statistics, monitor tables and tablespaces
Ongoing maintenance and monitoring
Has anyone had experience with setting up or managing table partitioning for some of the more common Payroll and T&L tables like TL_PAYABLE_TIME and PAY_CHECK? If so, do you have any suggestions on where to start or anyone who can assit us with determining the best approach for our organization?
<a>Our DBAs have done this work for our Payroll customers in the past.</a>
Below are some generic details to start off with. Your specific environment / instance details are required to provide something specific.
Partitioning should be done in collaboration with Hardware providers, DBAs, PeopleSoft HR/Payroll Functional and Technical specialists.
High-level steps to partitioning
Chamanthi Weerasinghe | firstname.lastname@example.org
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