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‎02-04-2020
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Re: Data Warehouse - requests gzip compression
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piotrspring
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500+ MB for Data Warehouse, for all reporting suites it's about 2-3 GB hourly

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submited as an idea https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics-ideas/datawarehouse-gzip-compression/idi-p/357547

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datawarehouse gzip compression
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piotrspring
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Hi, we are using data warehouse exports.The Files that we are receiving a quite big -> in avg. 1GB on hourly basis. Our db don't support ZIP format (the same like Athena, Redshift, Snowflake etc.), so we need to convert the files first in GZIP. Since unzip large files consumes a lot of time & ressources, we would like to submit an idea:- add the gzip compression format to the exports- split large files automatically (like in Data Feeds) into smaller chunks of gzip files. It's actually the same w...

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Re: Data Warehouse - requests gzip compression
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piotrspring
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Hi Adrey, the average size about 500MB, but 30% of the exports are beyond 1GB -> up to 1.5GB in a single file for each of our reporting suites.The exports are scheduled on hourly basis. Currently we divide those with segments into smaller ones, but still it's a lot of overhead:- to manage those exports (like add/remove columns)- unzip and gzip Ok, I'll submit this as an idea. Thx!

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piotrspring
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Hi, we are using data warehouse requests and everything works fine. Unfortunately we put a lot of ressources to unzip the exports 😞 Is there plan to change the compression type or add gzip compression in the next future? Like in Data Feeds, where bigger files are automatically splitted into smaller ones? ZIP it's not a supported format by Snowflake, Athena, etc .... Instead of unzip -> gzip -> load, we would like to load the exports directly. Regards,Piotr

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