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Include failure / warning counts in mon_get_pkg_cache_stmt
It's currently not possible to monitor the failure rate of an SQL statement. For example, count of dupkey on INSERT. Likewise for 'soft' errors (warnings) like +100 - row not found on INSERT or DELETE. High rates of these can be a significant drai...
Since db2ilist lost its ability to display the bitness of instances it was just capable to name all users, who have linked the sqllib directories. db2ilist would be much more useful, if it could show the instance type (server, client, ...) and e.g...
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