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We need DSM to allow different email notification groups for different types of alarms. For example, we need to send availability related alarms by SNMP to the first level support team, while performance related alarms should be sent by email to ...
As a part of performing some SQL performance monitoring, we have noticed that Data Server Manager (DSM) executes several poorly performing SQL statements that would greatly benefit from some additional indexes on either the DSM Repository database...
1) DSM we are getting an email with the database report attached through email , which was easy for us to SAVE / download directly without logging into DSM console . 2) DMC we are getting an email with the link to DMC console where we need to cli...
Several enhancements to the current blackout functionality of DSM:- Option for Blackout time: NOW so that there no hassle about the minutes till it is saved etc.- Most important information is the database but this information is provided on the l...
Database profiles disabled due to "invalid credentials"
When credentials used by a database profile fail authentication, DSM (and DSWC) marks the credentials as invalid and suspend the profile. This is a correct behavior, especially in a "bad password" situation. However, sometimes authentication fai...
Change OCM ZPARM Comparison Report Feature To Allow Multiple Db2 Subsystem Targets Up to the Entire Enterprise
Currently the OCM ZPARM comparison feature report displays one Db2 subsystem compared with only one other Db2 subsystem. We would like the report to display multiple Db2 subsystems side by side instead of the way it is done right now. This would...
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