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Informix Developer Edition MAC OS port for Apple Chipset M1/2
The current and future Informix Development Edition and the Advanced Development Edition should be available under Mac OS apple cpu. The MacBook's are very popular among pupils, students, and IT consultants. Run Informix Server at actual MacBook's...
Create an Informix-HQ sensor that populates an historical data table with the slowest/heaviest queries on an instance.
SQLTRACE has proved been a valuable resource to identify slow/heavy queries. An even sysadmin may store a history of the SQLTRACE output, it would be great to have a filter for the heaviest/slowest queries, and store them as a sensor of Informix-HQ.
Add bloom filters similar to SQL Server. https://sqlperformance.com/2019/08/sql-performance/batch-mode-bitmaps-in-sql-server This is complex bitmaps "This sets one or more bits in the bitmap structure according to the result of applying one or mor...
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