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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...
Expand db2pd -reorgs index to cover index rebuilds
Currently, there is no way to monitor index rebuild progress using db2pd. It will be useful for customers to be able to monitor index rebuild progress as they do for index reorgs (db2pd -reorgs index).
R2PRO00006892 - include a matching timestamp for a given activity record in all the tables
Farmers currently retains 4+1 rolling months of WLM activity data involving the following WLM tables, and we would like to add a 'date' column having a default valude current timestamp in these 3 tables: - ACTIVITY_DB2ACTIVITIES_V97 - ACTIVITYMETR...
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