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Finer granularity of configuration parameters

Many configuration settings are currently at the whole level of granularity. 1) Similar to 'use' privilege at the tablespace level, it would be helpful to be able to grant 'load' privileges at the tablespace level too. Currently it is a database-l...
over 4 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Support for minimally logged indexes on HADR-enabled databases

Provide ability to create non-logged (or minimally logged) indexes on HADR-enabled databases such that they get created on the standby databases as well.
over 4 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

db2pd command to report exact operation that causes HADR replay only window

Currently only "Replay only window is active" is reported in db2diag.log, but not the detailed information about the operation that causes the replay only window, such as exact DDL, reorg, runstats, and etc. statements.
almost 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Improve HADR standby replay performance

a)HADR replay master contends with replay worker on queue, and lots of latch contention were observed.b)HADR replay has IO performance issue. Lots of random IOs were observed, and there should be some sort of prefetch IO to improve performance.
about 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Tolerance for system clock backward in DPF

The system clock may be changed forward, then be changed back. Some IUD operations fail in a DPF database if the time difference between the forward point and backward point is greater than the value specified by dbm parameter MAX_TIME_DIFF. Hope ...
about 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

HADR Standby logarchiving

Hi, HADR standby databases do not archive log files. the recommendation is a shared filesystem or similar. Shared filesystems adds complexity in failure situations. This request is to enable the functionalty of logarchiving on the standby database.
about 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

purescale support HADR ROS

System: DB2 LUW pureScaleActor: User needing HADR read of standby on pureScale environmentNow db2 V10.5 and above had provided HADR component for pureScale but missed Read of standby feature. Description: some customer had used HADR ROS feature on...
over 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 1 Not under consideration

DB2 additional segmentation fault protection

DB2 10.5 db2sysc process crashes on segmentation fault in accessed library.
over 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Asynchronous index rebuild at restart

When an index rebuild is required at the restart time, it can depend on the connection of the first user accessing the table. If the connection is killed, the index rebuild need to redone. It would be smarter to let the rebuild complete even if th...
almost 6 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

DB2 database kill

A database may hang and must be killed and this is currently only possible with db2_kill
almost 6 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration