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I doubt that the concept for a tablespace restore includes reading all other tablespace blocks of the backup image.For me if i restore only a tablespace which is some 10% of the whole database the restore should consider that.
If you have a large amount of transaction logs created during an online backup operation, and logs are include in the backup image, at the end of the backup Db2 adds the log files to the backup file. Right now it appears to be a serialized operati...
Direct read of Archive logs from TSM server when using db2 rollforward on crossnode restore operations
Usually our Db2 backups to TSM. Occasionally we restore a Db2 system in another operating center from where we have to access to the TSM server for Restore/rollforward. In the target environment the Db2 archive logs are extracted via db2adutl afte...
Actually we need to define some environment variables like DSMI_DIR, DSMI_CONFIG to implement a TSM backup. So in case we forget to configure this at first moment we will need to do an instance restart. Would be better to consider some dynamic par...
DB2 LUW still has a numerous commands/statements which are not supported with the ONLINE backup; (and there is no progress through the years):http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/db2luw/v9r7/topic/com.ibm.db2.luw.admin.ha.doc/doc/c0021554.htmlhttp://...
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