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Reorg Utility Progress data is missing in db2 list utilities and db2 list utilities show detail command
The db2 list utilties and db2 list utilities show detail command will not display the Reorg utility progress.1) The command will display the Runstats progress details for the table2) The command will display the Load progress details for the table...
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...
Getting the Accessplans at the Routine level for the Database LUW
Db2 performance issues in one of the major area to look for, Whenever there is performance issue in the database, one of the major point we look is for the queries how they are behaving in the database.
Db2 LUW provides lot of options to get the ...
Warning error code for Db2 tablespace architecture limit
If Db2 tablespace reaches architecture limit of 90%, then there should be a Warning Message write into db2diag.log, so that before it is reaching 100% of Db2 tablespace architecture limit, this can be fixed.
Now we are monitoring through a SQ...
Add session-level reset for monitoring metrics in the MON_GET* table functions
There is no way to reset the metrics reported in the MON_GET* table functions. Please add functionality for resetting these at the session level, much like "RESET MONITOR" does for snapshot monitoring. Yes, there are a dozen ways to code this your...
Application status change time is not available in any mon_get_* table functions
In snap admin views, users could see STATUS_CHANGE_TIME column for the application which was helpful in determining when exactly the application changed it status when investigating performance issues. This would help users to estimate or know how...
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 d...
MON_GET_CONNECTION is lacking CODEPAGE of connection
A 3rd party application connects to Db2 and we get SQL0302. The 3rd party vendor figures out, it is a double conversion to UTF-8One of the most valuable debugging informations was the codepage of the connection to the database, which is available ...
In the case of a hang, we only have the material for root-cause analysis if we were able to collect db2fodc information before the system became fully unusable. A small moving window of such information written out to disk on a regular basis would...
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