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Are you connecting to a remote host, but specifying a local (relative to the target) file? What does "." mean for the curent position for the remote host?
Plus, see page 203 of http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E35209_01/doc.1121/e29397.pdf. Your file naming is off a good bit.
I changed config
USERID ggs_admin@TEST PASSWORD ggsadmin
RMTHOST GGSSERVER,MGRPORT 7809
RMTFILE C:\gg\dirdat\INITLOAD01.DAT,MEGABYTES 1000,PURGE
but nothing has changed
sometimes C:\gg\dirdat\INITLOAD01.DAT file created about 2.1 GB sometimes about 2.4 GB
Why do you keep naming the file?
Enter the parameters listed in Table 26 in the order shown, starting a new line for eachparameter statement. The following is a sample initial-load Extract parameter file for
loading data from file to Replicat.
<your extract name>
SOURCEDB mydb, USERID ogg, PASSWORD
AES128, ENCRYPTKEY securekey1
RMTHOST ny4387, MGRPORT 7888, ENCRYPT AES 192 KEYNAME mykey
ENCRYPTTRAIL AES192, KEYNAME mykey1
RMTFILE /ggs/dirdat/initld, MEGABYTES 2, PURGE
Where in that note do you see anything remotely close to naming a file with what you are using?
rmtfile /gg/dirdat/rf, maxfiles 10, megabytes 2000The remote files created above would be a series of 10 files, in ascending numeric order with a common 2 character prefix. This is the definition of a remote file/trail (rmttrail). This allows the replicat to treat the initial load files as a trail, complete with recovery capabilities.