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Help with push down approach in informatica performance tuning

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I need informatica performance tuning technique using partitions, in sessions.

I have a do task  to do performance tuning in informatica where I have mapping tab and partitions tab and in add partition we have 3 types Pass through, range and DB where we do not have DB partitioning so I selected pass through and in the push down approach what I need to do or if there is anything I have to do that I am missing.

I appreciate if I can get some help in this as I am new to this.

Sor simple if ANYBODY CAN HELP ME WITH HOW TO DO PUSH DOWN APPROACH IN INFORMATICA
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normally in which section can I post questions about informatica and Unix?
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