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Add the ability to upload Db2 transaction log files to TSM that had been moved manually by DBA
We use Db2 log archiving to TSM servers. No failover archive path has been set yet. Under rare circumstances we faced situations where log archiving to TSM does not work or slows down and the active log path fills up. To prevent disk full situatio...
Remote Connections to a DB should only be allowed from specific source IPs. However, we do have multiple network interfaces in our UNIX environments (AIX, Linux). With MySQL and PostgreSQL, we can use the property localSocketAddress   to cho...
NONBLOCKED option for event monitors to prevent them from blocking user services
Db2 locking event monitor may block deadlocked applications from proceeding for a purpose of making event monitors work under some circumstances. (Reported on case TS007885986) Since it could damage user's business services severely, user should b...
Make the Db2 Server and Client support ROWSET cursors
The Db2 server and client (Db2 Connect) today does not support ROWSET cursors. Support of Multirow Fetch Db2 Precompiler and embedded Runtime support the fetch of multiple rows by using a single FETCH statement. Db2 ESQL enables arrays to be passe...
Reorg Utility Progress data is missing in db2 list utilities and db2 list utilities show detail command
The db2 list utilties and db2 list utilities show detail command will not display the Reorg utility progress. 1) The command will display the Runstats progress details for the table 2) The command will display the Load progress details for the tab...
Reorg blocking applications when using "allow write access"
While an "allow write acces" online reorg is running lock-wait contention can happen based on the number of rows being updated by an application. The locks for the application can escalate to lock an x lock. If this situation happens, the reorg sh...
Reduce Time Required for Online(Inplace) Reorg for huge tables
1) Inplace reorg will take time more for the tables with huge data say for example 1 TB 2) To Reduce the time for this we want to avoid full table scan hence we need to look in portions of the data in a table where it is getting fragmented 3) Henc...
Red Hat SSO does not support Db2 according to documentation https://access.redhat.com/articles/2342861
Customers who are using Db2 would like to be able to use it for Red Hat SSO.
Maintaining additional databases add complexity and cost.
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