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Hi bro,
 I set up replcation between 2 oracle system.
Im using Oracle Enterprice Manage Console
After Enable the Capture at SouceDatabase and Apply session at Destinationdatabase
I got message "PAUSED FOR FLOW CONTROL" at  Streams ->Capture --> Statistic Tab

Could you help me on this case

Thanks
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Hi,
did you setup streams capture and apply for the whole database or just a schema or at the table level? is this the first time its being setup? I think you have too much activity in your source DB which is causing the streams messages to spill over the persistent queue table and this is aborting the flow of messages. Is this a test system or a prod system? If a test system, suggest you to remove the streams config completely and start with a table then a schema and then add on one by one to zoom into the problem

PAUSED FOR FLOW CONTROL – The process is unable to enqueue LCRs either because of low memory or because propagations and Apply processes are consuming messages slower than the Capture process is creating them. This state indicates flow control that is used to reduce spilling of captured LCRs when propagation or apply has fallen behind. This potentially can happen when there is huge transactional activity on the source database tables.
 
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by:thangoftin2
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Thanks, i fixed this error.

I try to remove the database link and add it again then

enable the capture and propagate database. It works :)


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