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Avoid Single point of failure for Db2's critical files
If the critical files of Db2 damage, e.g. by erroneously deletion, file system corruption Db2 will no longer be available (#usable). Since some of the critical files are permanently updated a restore of the critical files does solve the problem. A...
For databases that require long-term retention of backups for audit purposes, allow for 7 years of retention for database backups. In terms of restore, we expect to restore only from the same Db2 version and the older files are only for audit purp...
Monitor element, or audit/diagnostic utility, that identifies TLS version of an active DB2 LUW connection (application or session)
We are on the path now to enforcing TLS 1.2 for all SSL at my company. To make it easier for developers, at this point we have enabled TLS 1.2 but are continuing to allow TLS 1.0 and 1.1 database connections. We are hesitant to simply disable TLS ...
We are configuring federation setup to Mongo DB using rest service, However authentication is failing as Mongo authentication is enabled with SSL , we couldn't able to configure from Db2 end , due to which connections are failing .
Official documentation of FMP enhancement variables DB2_AGENT_CACHING_FMP and DB2_MAX_THREADS_PER_FMP
Valuable enhancements for db2fmp processing have been added back in Db2 V8 and V9 already via APAR (e.g. IZ08425), but they are still NOT documented for Db2 V10 and V11, although they are valid and available. Concerning Java stored procedure handl...
Restore database to another Db2 server with different endianness
My customer is using RHEL Big Endian Linux on PPC and Db2 10.5 which is end of support April 30, 2020. They have no option but to migrate to RHEL Little Endian. They cannot simply backup and restore the database and are looking at using Db2move wh...
db2look with -printdbcfg must support parameters with "automatic" value
To clone a database and all its objects IBM recommend to use the db2look utility. If you use the -printdbcfg to clone the db configuration too the db2look utility generate the parameter values in the update commands but without the "automatic" val...
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