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We use DB2 v10.5 DPF for a Warehouse Environment (40TB Data, ~9000 Users, 40 Tsd. Reports per day). We want to migrate the database to DB2 v22.214.171.124 BLU MPP with all tables column oriented. In this case we have checked the functionality for system...
DB2 BLU still doesn't support LOB related data types. Some existing databases in DB2 or other RDBMS, such as Oracle, need to be migrated to DB2 BLU and contain some tables with LOB data types. Without LOB data types support for DB2 BLU, they have ...
Assuming that there is more than one temp tablespace with the same page size and 'IN TABLESPACE' clause is not specified in the DECLARE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE command, then DB2 optimizer should allocate the temp tables across all temporary tables...
Support additional single-byte encodings for column-organized tables
The latest updates to DB2 have added the support of codepage 809 (ISO8859-1) for databases using column-organized tables..This is good for many Western customers, who are able to avoid switching to Unicode (and paying the penalty of 2x or 3x chara...
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