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improve support for system profiles reporting RFE 135582
Sites with large numbers of threads have trouble understanding the state of a thread (idle etc). IBM introduced system profiles to help here. Customer would like to have a) better reporting for the settings for system profiles and b) improve threa...
OM XE for DB2 - classic interface - Thread History panel - show ZIIP eligible RFE 135255
OM XE for DB2.
When using the classic interface and going through Thread History. I would like the Thread History Panel to show "ZIIP eligible".
The information would come from IFCID 3 name QWACZIIP_ELIGIBLE
The Performance Database tables holds history information about Db2 activity, and the sequential output dataset created by NTH can be used as the input to create LOAD files with data to populate most of the tables, but not all.
The problem is th...
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