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Add a monitoring table function to return transaction ids along with their commit times.
Goldman Sachs needs to know all the insert/update/delete operations against all tables updated by 1000s of applications along with their commit times. They dont want to use a replication. They want to use triggers that will be triggered on I/U/D o...
Allow better monitoring of DB2 Thread/Connection types
Currently there are various ZPARMs to "control" thread management (CTHREAD,MAXDBAT,CONDBAT,IDFORE,IDBACK,etc). These ZPARMS are upper bound limits of the number of each type of thread/connection that DB2 is configured with. There is very little in...
To monitor system resource usage at database level in a pureScale environment
All current monitoring facilities can not meet customer requirements to monitor overall system resource consumed for a specific database, in a database consolidation scenario of pureScale. PMR#: TS000078803
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...
DB2 listener not activated after DB process killed by OS and restarted automatically by TSA in HADR environment
We had DB2 HADR primary/standby configuration. Due to one application job,DB2 consumes all memory and OS killed db2sysc process. db2 restarted automatically by TSA but listener wasn't activated . There was no evidence in logs which process was usi...
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...
Enhancement regarding the .ftok file and the DB2 instance.
I will suggest the following:1. Let Db2 log a simple message 'The .ftok file is missing, last seen ' when the instance started.2. Also, suggest to execute ~/sqllib/bin/db2ftok or go ahead and execute it
Begin / End COMMIT instrumentation for DRDA, CICS/IMS
Complex CICS/IMS or DRDA transactions (involving multiple programs with an implicit Commit at the end) are incorrectly presented on the Omegamon Accounting Report/Trace. By design the costs of the tough SYNC (COMMIT) operation are added to the las...
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