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Display the prefetch wait time metrics in the monreport.dbsummary stored procedure .

The idea will be very useful in deciding the prefetcher performance in the database which helps in reducing the I/O usage in the system. What is this prefetch wait time and when it occurs?(DB2LUW performance) Prefetcheers are very important EDU's ...
20 days ago in Db2 / Monitoring 0 Submitted

MON_GET_CONNECTION missing the application idle time

MON_GET_CONNECTION table function is documented to be the replacement of deprecated snapshot function SNAPAPPL, but it misses a key value, which is supplied by the old (deprecated) function. SNAPAPPL delivers the application idle time (APPL_IDLE_T...
about 1 month ago in Db2 / Monitoring 0 Submitted

STMM Monitoring

With the memory statistics similar to the ‘db2pd -dbptnmem’ output within the STMM logs, it would be possible to get memory usage report over time from Db2 perspective without any permanent monitoring tool (as long as STMM is used/active). It woul...
3 months ago in Db2 / Monitoring / Other/Unknown 0 Under review

dmctop for zLinux

We have several Db2 LUW running on zLinux. Because dmctop is not compatible with zLinux, we're still using db2top but would like to explore new functionalities/features offered in dmctop. Just to clarify: Currently, dmctop does not work on zLinux ...
5 months ago in Db2 / Monitoring 4 Needs more information

Activity event monitor and CGTT

Usually section actuals after being prepared with explain_from_activity and db2exfmt has a section called “Runtime statistics for objects Used in Access Plan”. This section has valuable information for the problem analysis. If a Statement uses Cre...
7 months ago in Db2 / Monitoring 1 Future consideration

Db2 exporter

Kindly help build Db2 native and/or Sql based exporter. This exporter should be developed in such a way that It should be non-intrusive & no performance impact to the databases which are being monitored, Similar to nosql db metrics exporter av...
10 months ago in Db2 / Monitoring 0 Future consideration

As Db2 system / instance administrator, I need to retrieve instance data without connecting to a regular (tenant) database

Several of the in-memory monitoring table functions and views return data which is instance-related. Still, a database connection is needed just for the purpose of having authentication / authorization / connection handle. This requires administra...
10 months ago in Db2 / Monitoring 0 Future consideration

As Db2 system / instance administrator, I need to retrieve the list of active databases using SQL

Coming from snapshot monitoring, the goal is to use in-memory monitoring and SQL in the least intrusive way to monitor the health of a Db2 instance and its databases. Right now, this is done by connecting to a non-tenant dummy database and running...
10 months ago in Db2 / Monitoring 0 Future consideration

Suitable Replacement for SNAP_GET_APPL_V95

SNAP_GET_APPL_V95 got introduced with Db2 9.5 but is deprecated in actual versions/releases. MON_GET_CONNECTION is declared as the replacement for this ‘old’ procedure, but the scope of the replacement procedure is different! Thus MON_GET_CONNECTI...
about 1 year ago in Db2 / Monitoring 1 Future consideration

An analog of LOG_HADR_WAIT_TIME monitor element is needed at the agent level

Sometimes it's very useful to understand HADR influence on the transaction performance. We do have a couple of related elements - LOG_WRITE_TIME and LOG_HADR_WAIT_TIME at the whole database level, but their values can't help us to understand, if H...
about 1 year ago in Db2 / Monitoring 1 Not under consideration