Each instance of Caché keeps a journal, a set of files that keeps a time-sequenced log of updates that have been made to databases since the last backup. The process is redundant and logical and does not use the Caché write daemon
In this article I'd like to share with you a phenomena that is best you avoid - something you should be aware of when designing your data model (or building your Business Processes) in Caché or in Ensemble (or older HealthShare Health Connect Ensemble-based versions).
Following my previous post, some urged me to get to the point – ok, so I found my "star" journaling globals, the ones that take up the most space – but how do I avoid this? How do I minimize the journal's size?
[DISCLAIMER: Some might still be disappointed after this post as well but wait till the next one... ]