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We have a cloud-native strategy that Db2u fits better than most other RDBMSes. We also have a fairly mature Kubernetes infrastructure. We would really like to run db2u on native Kubernetes, without OpenShift.
Need DB2 LUW to support NUMA processor technology on Windows
The NUMA processor group technology is currently not supported by DB2 v10.5 and up for Windows. I would like IBM to add support for this feature in DB2 v10.5 and up as soon as possible in order to take full advantage of my server. (Currently runni...
There are different Data Server clients for many platforms (http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg213852170. However, for Mac OS there is only the DS.It is necessary to have a Runtime Client for this platform.The only way to have it, is...
I support my customers system which runs DB2 ESE on AIX 7.1. We were on DB2 10.5 and upgraded this Summer to 11.5 which compatibility reports showed as a supported configuration. Now that we are looking at applying 11.5.4 fixpacks, I'm finding the...
New Redhat ipcmni_extend setting Recommendation in the DB2 Infocentre
Hello, Db2 Luw seems to be a victum of Redhat change https://access.redhat.com/solutions/4968021 The change is effective of Redhat 7.8+, where you need to set ipcmni_extend to allow db2 to request more then 32k of MSGMNI as per https://www.ibm.com...
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