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Support synchronous detachment of a table partition
Starting with DB2 9.7(?) the detachment of table partitions is handled asynchonously. To simulate synchronous behaviour a complicated work around has to be put in place. Such a behavior could be triggered by a new DML keyword such as ASYNC.
The option ordinality is used in XML queries but the overall performance is very slow
We use the for ordinality option in our queries but the over all performance is very poor.There is a specific XSCAN needed when ordinality is specified which takes a long time.this XSCAN produces a sequence of XML ELEMENTS. This sequence is then f...
Add option ：statement rollback is able to release the locks for the failed statement.
When -803 ( violating unique key constrain ) happen on a statement, there are two things happen1) db2 still hold the lock on the row accessed by the statement that cause -803 , no matter the statement had fail.2) The transaction was not rollbacked...
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSEPGG_10.5.0/com.ibm.db2.luw.admin.perf.doc/doc/c0009677.htmlIn a pureScale environment, space that is freed up by a delete transaction on one member may not be reused by an insert transaction on a d...
pureScale load completion stage is very slow with range partitioned table
pureScale load of partition table is very slow at load completion stage, because db2 will purge local bufferpool for every partition of the table being loaded. ESE improved performance by purging once for all partitions. we wish this improvement i...
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