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Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS

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Delay Statistics: add read cache hit and split lock/latch delays

Make it easier to track lock vs latch delays at statement level. Identify applications that could benefit from zhyperlink enablement.
25 days ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Under review

bufferpool metrics: zhyperlink reads + read cpu used

If possible and with minimal overhead, it would be great to have easy access to metrics related to zhyperlink activity in QMON.
25 days ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Under review

add commit/rollback counter ( to operational summaries and Interval Selection )

This has been missed for a long time when comparing to our previous stmt monitoring solution. Easy access to tracking of commit/rollback activity.
25 days ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Under review

new optkey “product id”

Add optkey to collect QWHDPRID info to track activity at the various driver levels
25 days ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Under review

new optkey ”requester location”

We need an optkey option that will always contain the ip-address for distributed SQL
25 days ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Under review

Make structural filtering work in operational drilldowns and vice versa

Using Structural filters in an operational drilldown scenario has no effect ( same goes the other way around ). Please implement support for this.
about 1 month ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Future consideration

Query Monitor should display information about index traversal usage

Application DBA's and developers use performance metrics, acess paths, object definitions and Real Time Statistics (RTS) when analyzing application perfomance. FTB count should be displayed on objects (indexes) in Query Monitor, but also on SQL st...
about 2 months ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Under review

Provide IDAA ‘rows fetched’ metrics in Query Monitor

QM reports exec count of 0 for the Prepare, Open and Fetches when data is coming from an accelerator. Only rows fetched directly from DB2 are counted in CQM.
5 months ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Future consideration

search for strings within the SQL Statements in the SQL Text Column

For us, the web UI is the main interface to interact with Db2 Query Monitor. A functionality should be implemented that makes it possible to search for character strings in the list of displayed sql queries (e.g. search for the table name). The ...
6 months ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 1 Not under consideration

Color-coding for exceptions and alerts in web UI

For us, the web UI is the main interface to interact with Db2 Query Monitor. While the ISPF interface implements color-coding for exceptions (yellow) and alerts (red), this is not available in the web UI. For better usability, visibility, and func...
6 months ago in Db2 Query Monitor for z/OS 0 Future consideration