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PureScale HADR to non PureScale HADR

Would like to be able to setup HADR support within a PureScale cluster to a non-PureScale cluster.Rob Lemeuix
over 6 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Finer granularity of configuration parameters

Many configuration settings are currently at the whole level of granularity.1) Similar to 'use' privilege at the tablespace level, it would be helpful to be able to grant 'load' privileges at the tablespace level too. Currently it is a database-le...
about 4 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

DB2 database kill

A database may hang and must be killed and this is currently only possible with db2_kill
about 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Asynchronous index rebuild at restart

When an index rebuild is required at the restart time, it can depend on the connection of the first user accessing the table. If the connection is killed, the index rebuild need to redone.It would be smarter to let the rebuild complete even if the...
about 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Db2 HADR PEER status enhancement

We would like IBM to look into adding an additional HADR state once the database comes into PEER. In Db2 10.5, there is an additional parameter, STANDBY_RECV_REPLAY_GAP that can hold large amounts of transactions that need to be replayed due to t...
over 2 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 3 Not under consideration

Manual HADR takeover should fail, if standby is in bad shape

Manual HADR takeover without FORCE should fail, if standby is in good shape.
over 2 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 1 Not under consideration

Backup and Log Archive into private Clouds ownCloud/Nextcloud

Backup and Log Archive into a Cloud Storage
about 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Support of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for automated HADR(with TSA)

Customers are able to deploy a pair of virtual machines(VMs) from the Google Cloud Platform(GCP) and configure a Db2 HADR database pair between the two VMs. They can then furthermore configure HADR automation with TSA via the db2haicu utility.The ...
almost 3 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

db2pd command to report exact operation that causes HADR replay only window

Currently only "Replay only window is active" is reported in db2diag.log, but not the detailed information about the operation that causes the replay only window, such as exact DDL, reorg, runstats, and etc. statements.
about 4 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

TSA - Not scalable

TSA Does not Scale, with each database added it consumes 5 - 8% CPU.In our system ZLinux this is the only option we have for auto failover. When we have 10 Databases we are now consuming 50 - 80% CPU just to run TSA and having to pay extra licensi...
over 6 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration