Difference between trigger and debug mode..

Rajesh Bommagani 81 Reputation points
2022-11-26T07:53:49.447+00:00

Hello All,

What is the difference between trigger and debug mode ?
If we run the pipelines in debug, is it take high usage of Memory/CPU ?
If we run the pipelines in debug, which integration run time is used ? the pipelines which are running in debug not showing integration runtime, why ?

Thanks

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  1. Evgeny Grishchenko 486 Reputation points
    2022-11-26T11:05:05.467+00:00
    1. What is the difference between trigger and debug mode ? Trigger mode is a production run. While debug mode is a test run, which helps you troubleshoot your pipeline in real time before publishing the changes. Also, in a debug mode you could use breakpoints.
      1. If we run the pipelines in debug, is it take high usage of Memory/CPU ?
      Theoretically it could be. That's why it looks like Microsoft charges you extra for debugging. Check the pricing for „Monitoring“. Debug runs are falling under this category.
      1. If we run the pipelines in debug, which integration run time is used ?
      The one, which is defined in your linked service.
      1. the pipelines which are running in debug not showing integration runtime, why ?
      It shows the integration runtime for already executed steps.
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