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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...
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 HA...
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...
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...
DB2 listener not activated after DB process killed by OS and restarted automatically by TSA in HADR environment
We had DB2 HADR primary/standby configuration. Due to one application job,DB2 consumes all memory and OS killed db2sysc process. db2 restarted automatically by TSA but listener wasn't activated . There was no evidence in logs which process was usi...
Event monitor creation, write to table option should allow to specify a tabkespace into which ALL the new tables should be created in
Create event monitor write to table option will create new tables.All the new tables are defined in a tablespace which db2 chooses.I want an option to specify a tablesapce name, in which ALL the new tables should get created in.
Begin / End COMMIT instrumentation for DRDA, CICS/IMS
Complex CICS/IMS or DRDA transactions (involving multiple programs with an implicit Commit at the end) are incorrectly presented on the Omegamon Accounting Report/Trace. By design the costs of the tough SYNC (COMMIT) operation are added to the las...
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...
Add a monitoring table function to return transaction ids along with their commit times.
Goldman Sachs needs to know all the insert/update/delete operations against all tables updated by 1000s of applications along with their commit times. They dont want to use a replication. They want to use triggers that will be triggered on I/U/D o...
Lack of information about Queries from Federated DBs - particulary from DB2 z/OS
From DSM we should be able to see the transactions from federated databases. In the case when we are having some federated transaction contention we are not able to see on the source database on DSM getting more difficulty to diagnose a performanc...
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