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Enhance Integrated Synchronization (InSync) to properly handle non-UTS tables when utilities are run against the base tables
InSync's predecessor (Change Data Capture) has never had a problem when utilities such as REORG were performed on non-UTS tables. As we try to convert to InSync, the majority of our replicated tables in IDAA are in legacy simple, non-UTS table spa...
Dynamically change IFL quantity assigned to an LPAR without restarting DB2
The IFL quantity assigned to an LPAR can be set to a certain number in the configuration screen but there is also an option to enter a number of ‘reserved’ IFLs. It was explained that the reserved amount would require restarting the internal Db2wh...
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