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While working with PureScale, there may be a need to create room for new DB in the system. Once this happens we need to reconfigure CF memory, while keeping system up and running. We are concerned regarding CF_MEM_SZ , CF_GBP_SZ and CF_DB_MEM_SZ, ...
Please add feature to have log buffer encrypted on HADR setup of purescale clusters
Please add the log buffer encryption on the HADR setup of purescale clusters Currently Db2 single node cluster provides log buffer encryption using HADR_SSL_LABEL. This feature is missing on HADR setup of purescale clusters Request to kindly add t...
It's not possible to change CF_MEM_SZ without stopping DB2 pureScale instance. If you want to add a database or increase memory usage to improve performance, it's not possible without downtime. pureScale should be highly available, but it's not wi...
enable pureScale to support AD/VAS authentication and not require the presence of the instance owner id in /etc/password.
At Bank of America, we have strict standards and requirements for db2 authentication. We use Active Directory across the enterprise and use the vas tool from quest to access AD from the linux environment. We do not store passwords in /etc/password...
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