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    Turning off ue_01_z0102 when z0102 is not used

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 20

    We don't currently use the z0101/z0102 tables and all of that functionality. We found in Aleph 18 it was not giving us the results we wanted.

    Unless you think that we really need to implement it for some reason, I'd like to know if there is a way to turn that off. Can I stop the indexing that is running and trying to add data to those tables? That might speed updates a hair, I don't know. It is running out of the box for xxx01, xxx10, and xxx30

    Since all of the tab_base column 8's have "N", ue_01_z0102 should not be using many resources. You can prevent it from starting by commenting out these lines in $aleph_proc/util_e_01. Change from:

    cobrun ue_01_z0102_index $active_library.$l_aleph_app_version \
    >>& $data_scratch/run_e_01_z0102.$$ &


    # cobrun ue_01_z0102_index $active_library.$l_aleph_app_version \
    # >>& $data_scratch/run_e_01_z0102.$$ &

    The z0101 is updated by the ue_01_a proc, which must be running. But since your tab_z0101 is empty, the program will not be attempting to update the table and extremely few resources should be expended on it.

    • Article last edited: 10/8/2013