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Monitoring table function to display details on the application and its temp space usage
Often times, users would like to get a single view report on the application handles/ids, the corresponding process id and application usage of sys or user temp spaces and db2 does not have one monitoring table function to accomplish this. Users n...
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
Add support to update "Last Login Time" of Linux OS for Db2 LUW
Db2 LUW on Linux OS only use auth and password module of PAM to validate and change password, but it didn't record the "Last Login Time" for the users on the Linux OS, so we don't know if the users are actually using the Db2 for data query. And th...
Event monitor creation, write to table option should allow to specify a tabkespace into which ALL the new tables should be created in
Create event monitor write to table option will create new tables.All the new tables are defined in a tablespace which db2 chooses. I want an option to specify a tablesapce name, in which ALL the new tables should get created in.
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...
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
Lock event monitor does not log hex values of prepared statements
When using the lock event monitor to track prepared statements involved in lock timeouts/deadlocks, it was observed that parameter marker values for hex entries are not logged even though the option for history and values is enabled. This works fi...
db will be blocked and hang after mon_heap is run out
agents will be blocked and will hang after mon_heap is run out when database turns on event monitor. Now it is works as design, yet customer hope we can change the design and decouple between event monitor and the agents executing some SQLs. So ag...
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