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STATUS_CHANGE_TIME Colum doesnt exist in in mon_get views
We are currently working to migrate all our SNAP views to MON_GET views/Functions as SNAP views caused a response spike in our PROD environment recently.We are using STATUS_CHANGE_TIME columns of sysibmadm.applications to check lock waits on the ...
Protect against DOS when user has password expired
Hi team, recently we had open a support case TS004670019 on https://www.ibm.com/mysupport/s/case/5003p00002TrWNRAA3/1222wd-db2-taking-too-long-to-login We had a situation with an automatic process that got it's password expired and begun failing t...
Add support to update "Last Login Time" of Linux OS for Db2 LUW
Db2 LUW on Linux OS only use auth and password module of PAM to validate and change password, but it didn't record the "Last Login Time" for the users on the Linux OS, so we don't know if the users are actually using the Db2 for data query. And th...
implicit GRANT EXECUTE to SYSMON authority for all monitor routines(RIMS)
Customer has to grant the EXECUTE privilege on the monitoring functions to a user who already has the SYSMON authority. They would expect that a user of the SYSMON_GROUP holds this privilege implicitly. This looks like a restriction to the monitor...
DBA needs control over Jobs from Automatic Maintenance
This is the follow-up to the other RFE we submitted last year #108059. We are currently in the process of upgrading our databases to V11.1. As part of our pre-check process we have contacted SAP to understand the problem described in RFE#108059 i...
Monitoring table function to display details on the application and its temp space usage
Often times, users would like to get a single view report on the application handles/ids, the corresponding process id and application usage of sys or user temp spaces and db2 does not have one monitoring table function to accomplish this. Users n...
event monitor tables (activity/actitivtystmt/activitymetrics) should support range partitioning
event monitor tables do not support range partitioning. In addition, you can not create expression based indexes on them. This makes them more difficult to manage and query.create event monitor wlm_activity_mon for activitieswrite to table acti...
Index reorg information in a SNAP* view or a MON_GET* table function
Please make index reorganization progress (not table reorganization) accessible via a MON_GET* table function. Right now, it is only available via db2pd -d dbname -reorg -indexes and that is nearly impossible to parse via script.
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