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Provide Accelerator systems administrator ability to see & set Incremental Update RSG controls
With Incremental Update now being in it's own resource sharing group (V4), the resource management controls (visible to the systems admin) is ambiguous and not flexible. 1) It does not include the relative percentage impact of the new IU resource ...
When a load utility (other than shrlevel change) performed on an accelerated table, an informational message should be generated to SYSLOG so we can automate related actions regarding the IDAA.If incremental update is not turned on for an accelera...
Count(*) on a very large table produces different SQLCODE when running on either DB2 or the IDAA : On db2 we get an SQLCODE -802 DSNT408I SQLCODE = -802, ERROR: EXCEPTION ERROR FIXED POINT OVERFLOW HAS OCCURRED DURING COLUMN FUNCTION OPERATION ON ...
Allow RESTORETABLES option for AQTSCALL Stored Procedure
There should be an option on the AQTSCALL Stored Procedure call to allow for the functionality to Restore a DB2 Table from ARCHIVE. There are currently functions to ARCHIVE Tables, LOAD Tables and others but there is no RESTORE Table function
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