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High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery

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Kind of db2iauto for HADR

In the same way db2iauto starts instance once the server is rebooted, the HADR should restart also automatically. Actually, when server is rebooted, the instance is started but the HADR starts to be desynchronized.
over 2 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Improving the DBD management design

We had a Db2 load job run that used a load control dataset with 1,764 “INTO TABLE” statements run against a database that had one tablespace with 1,366 tables having 1,306 indexes. The DBD length = 2628728. When the job was run, the SYSDBDXA t...
almost 3 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

After HADR takeover new HADR primary should be able to request archive logs from old HADR primary on behalf of HADR auxiliary (s) that require archive logs from old primary in order to rollforward.

After HADR takeover new HADR primary should be able to request archive logs from old HADR primary on behalf of HADR auxiliary (s) that require archive logs from old primary in order to rollforward. We have 3 node HADR Site1a Primary Site1b St...
about 3 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

terminate rollback

When database is rollback a long transaction , it may take a long time. User don't want to wait for rollback to finish. One scenario is that user has made a large change on a table that is not that important table so they are willing to drop it (...
over 3 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 1 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 ...
over 5 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

DB2 additional segmentation fault protection

DB2 10.5 db2sysc process crashes on segmentation fault in accessed library.
about 6 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Add an optional control to stop HADR when non-logged operation occurred on primary

Currently, if there were non-logged operation such as loading data into a table on HADR primary, the log replay will continue on standby and the HADR state is still peer. But that table on standby can't be accessed. The application may not work on...
about 7 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Add DB2 LUW "TP Monitor client" special register attributes to the DB2 Log files

This is related to a Declined requirement for Q Replication which would require this data to be in the DB2 Log Files;ID: 71069 - Headline: Suppress Deletes using the DB2 LUW "TP Monitor client" special register attributes Medtroinc would like to h...
over 7 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

Automatic bad pages' repair on Standby DB in HADR environment.

In HADR env. which is running the primary and the standby database(s), when a bad page will appear in the Standby database – DB2 will be able to identify and repair the bad page, while the recovery can be (theoretically) easily based on the good...
over 7 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration

New HADR with SQL apply

Design a new HADR option / way of working : The log records sending works on the same principle that the actual HADR but the apply of the changes is like the apply task of the SQL / QReplication.
over 7 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Not under consideration