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the process is implemented in Spring Framework. i have DbCleanUpLauncher.java file which will invoke DbCleanUpHandlerBean. after that it looks in to rt-cleanup-application.xml file. This xml file consists of all the beans to delete existing records from the CleanUP table. Apart from that it fetches the tradeids to be deleted and stores in the Clean up table. For deleting process it looks in to rt-cleanup-sql.xml file. So based on this tradeids it will try to delete records from other 7 different tables. so, it deleting millions of records hence the database will fail out of log space. i need to enhance this by removing the database records in smaller chunks. Can anyone has a solution for this?
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