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As Db2 system / instance administrator, I need to retrieve instance data without connecting to a regular (tenant) database
Several of the in-memory monitoring table functions and views return data which is instance-related. Still, a database connection is needed just for the purpose of having authentication / authorization / connection handle. This requires administra...
As Db2 system / instance administrator, I need to retrieve the list of active databases using SQL
Coming from snapshot monitoring, the goal is to use in-memory monitoring and SQL in the least intrusive way to monitor the health of a Db2 instance and its databases. Right now, this is done by connecting to a non-tenant dummy database and running...
event monitor tables (activity/actitivtystmt/activitymetrics) should support range partitioning
event monitor tables do not support range partitioning. In addition, you can not create expression based indexes on them. This makes them more difficult to manage and query. create event monitor wlm_activity_mon for activitieswrite to table activi...
In a HADR configuration typically customers use db2pd -hadr on the standby to monitor the state. On the standby if there is a problem with one of the tablespaces it'll be marked invalid and future log records against the tablespace will be skipped...
Display row stats ( rows_read, rows_written, tq_rows_sent, tq_rows_recv) for each sub-section in MON_GET_AGENT
Currently, there is no equivalent of getting row level information ( TQ_ROWS_SENT/RECV, Rows Read, Rows written ) for each agent running within a sub-section which was readily available in snap_get_subsection or db2 get snapshot for application ag...
Invoke the DB2 call-out scripts (COS) for ALL First Occurrence Data Collection (FODC) events
Currently the DB2 call-out scripts (COS) will not be invoked for all ALL First Occurrence Data Collection (FODC) events. For instance the only time that FODC_AppErr% events will invoke the db2cos script is when the condition happens on a sub-agent...
SNAP_GET_APPL_V95 got introduced with Db2 9.5 but is deprecated in actual versions/releases. MON_GET_CONNECTION is declared as the replacement for this ‘old’ procedure, but the scope of the replacement procedure is different! Thus MON_GET_CONNECTI...
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