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Add at the 'DEFRAGMENT' SQL Api , the option to defragment an entire dbspace.
We have set in our environment tables and partitions with historical data, so, they are tables or partitions who have any changes (include/excluded data).
Full HDR switch between primary and secondary with a single command and without any downtime
We have 2 servers with 2 HDR instances each.
For each cluster we have also 2 connection manager each.
On server one there is the primary of cluster 1 and the secondary of cluster 2
On server two there is the primary of cluster 2 and the seconda...
Allow Informix to kill sessions not only limited by session-id
Informix should be able to kill sessions not only limited by session-id:For example: If a admin should kill sessions from a specific user or host a script is needed. So it would be helpfull if onmode -z would accept following syntax for example:$ ...
Allow Informix to accept Non PAM aware clients to connect when using PAM PASSWORD mode
Standard Informix Authentication on unix will perform a getpwnam() call to retrieve the encrypted shadow password from the OS, it will then compare an encrypted version of the password supplied by the client against this, and if they match, authen...
HQ: Add a 'Hot tables" sub-menu in the Performance tab, same for LOCKS
It would be a good thing to have, in HQ's performance sub-menu, a 'Hot tables' (and indexes) section which can be based on the output of onstat -g ppf.
The idea is to have a view on the tables that are more active, and eventually click on one tab...
HQ add essential incidents/events/status tracking and alerting
HQ is on its way to be a great monitoring tool. In order to ensure it is, here are some important features to add (not sure I could see them on FC3).
Let's first deal with missing essential alerts:- include notion of warning and critical inciden...
Allow remote query execution inside a TRUSTED CONTEXT
A customer that has some customized "auditing" built on triggers would like to be able to differentiate the real user behind the application server. In theory they could use SET SESSION AUTHORIZATION to achieve this, either directly or better yet,...
Extend currently allow maximum ER replicate count from 65,536 to 262,144 max limit.
We are an ERP based vendor and we maintain more than 2,500 tables per single database. Some of our bigger costomers maintain around 100 such required databases for various activities. We are planning to migrate/upgrade our customer servers with ne...
Allow STOP_APPLY functionality when RSS is disconnected from the Primary
Currently Informix supports a Primary and multiple RSS servers. We have one of the RSS servers with the DELAY_APPLY config set to 12H and the 12 hours of logs get stored on the RSS server in the LOG_STAGING_DIR. Informix currently supports rolling...
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