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Remove per-tablespace size limitation for v11.1 and v11.5 community edition
Currently if we restore a database backup that was taken on a higher edition of Db2 into Developer-C, it fails with SQL1139N, even if it is fully less than 100GB. There are two workarounds for this:
Set a MAX for all table spaces before taking ...
When we are deleting logs in TSM every week, we encounter very poor performance for deleting > 1000 logs for each DB2 partition. There are 131 DB2 partitions. Deleting the same amount of logs with dsmc del . . . . . works much faster. We assume...
Output was Db2diag. Log, and an error is issued if each time that you need to be investigated, but For the user no impact, no corresponding named because it might be required to the operational cost."PMR: 04802, 67E, 760" than the timing and condi...
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