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DB2 PureXML does not support XML Schema Version 1.1, although it would be very useful. XML Schema Version 1.1 goes far to correct numerous inadequacies in XML Schema Version 1.0 for extensibility of data models in order to meet future needs.
Increase the number of REORG-recommended operations allowed before a full offline reorg must be performed
The current documentations in v11.5 indicate that only 3 units of work containing REORG-recommended operations are allowed.https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSEPGG_11.5.0/com.ibm.db2.luw.sql.ref.doc/doc/r0000888.html"There can be up to t...
Currently, an online REORG will run as fast as it can (but I think limited to a single thread).It would useful if we made it respect the utility throttling limit that we have in place for other types of maintenance activities (runstats, backup, re...
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...
Support mixed row/column environments without requiring CUR_COMMIT=ON
We have recently run into a problem when we enable Cur_commit because of the locking behavior expected by some applications (they expect blocking). Therefore, we have to disable CC, but then that app cannot use blu. We want to give our plant the...
Currently it is merely possible to lock a complete table by means of the "lock table" statement. However, for range partitioned tables, it would be beneficial to be able to lock a specific data partition.That is, a statement like: â€œlock data par...
Create a new type of table based on the size or on the time.create table packagevent (.... ) with history based 1 year on event_timestamp / 1Gb.It could be an ITC table.The oldest data / extent are automatically reused when new data is added an...
increase DB2 sector size used to write to disks from 512 to 4096
We would like DB2 to use a larger sector size when writing to disks. We uncovered a performance issue when working with DSSD from EMC where to achieve the maximum write throughput a 4096 sector size is required, Db2 currently uses 512 sectors.MS...
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