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You can increase IOPS for your replication instance or split your tasks across multiple replication instances for a more efficient migration.For more information about determining the size of your replication instance, see Determining the Optimum Size for a Replication Instance You can increase the speed of an initial migration load by doing the following: The task status bar gives an estimation of the task's progress.When a task is restarted, AWS DMS does not reload tables that completed the initial load but will reload tables from the beginning when the initial load did not complete.While there is no set limit on the number of tables per replication task, we have generally found that limiting the number of tables in a task to less than 60,000 is a good rule of thumb.

For example, multiple tasks with Amazon Redshift as an endpoint are IO intensive.

By default, AWS DMS uses Oracle Log Miner to capture changes.

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