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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...
LOAD COPY files can go anywhere, but when running HADR, they should only go to a shared location. If they do not, then the tables on the standby will be unavailable on failover. Those doing LOADs may not know or understand the impact of this. Ther...
Tablespace reports rollforward pending after an HADR takeover report success
Banco do Brasil built a DR site and deployed a DB2 Purescale with HADR between these sites.HADR is in peer state. Then customer perform a takeover to switch HADR roles between sites.After the takeover finished successfully we tried to activate the...
Add an optional control to stop HADR when non-logged operation occurred on primary
Currently, if there were non-logged operation such as loading data into a table on HADR primary, the log replay will continue on standby and the HADR state is still peer. But that table on standby can't be accessed. The application may not work on...
Add DB2 LUW "TP Monitor client" special register attributes to the DB2 Log files
This is related to a Declined requirement for Q Replication which would require this data to be in the DB2 Log Files;ID: 71069 - Headline: Suppress Deletes using the DB2 LUW "TP Monitor client" special register attributesMedtroinc would like to h...
Automatic bad pages' repair on Primary DB in HADR environment.
In HADR env. which is running the primary and the standby database(s), when a bad page will appear in the Primary database â€“ DB2 will be able to identify and repair the bad page, while the recovery can be easily based on the good copy of the pag...
Automatic bad pages' repair on Standby DB in HADR environment.
In HADR env. which is running the primary and the standby database(s), when a bad page will appear in the Standby database â€“ DB2 will be able to identify and repair the bad page, while the recovery can be (theoretically) easily based on the good...
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