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Enhance DISPLAY GROUPBUFFERPOOL output to display both the current and the high-water-mark number of updated data pages in a global buffer pool. Since the AUTOALTER facility may change the number of pages in the buffer, this new information should...
DB2 10 gives the abilty to track statement level monitoring in the new IFCID 401 etc. These can be read by users using IFI but users not keep on this can let DB2 send the IFCID to SMF or GTF when package is ejected from the EDM-pool. However when ...
The various DISPLAY commands in DB2 return a lot of useful data. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to store the output in a DB2 table. If every DISPLAY command came with an option that returned the output in loadable XML format, we could store t...
The two real-time Statistics tables in the DB2 catalogue have lots of useful data. But they would much more useful if they had some additional columns: SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS#1 #Times row was updated since defined.#2 #Times row was updated sinc...
support list partitioning - Range-Partitioning allows only to define the upper limit for a partitioned Tablespace.
Full Support for LIST-Partitioning required! With classical Partitioning or UTS Partion-by-Range you can only define the upper limits (key-Ranges) for a partitioned Tablespace. The lower partition-range ist defined by the highest value of the next...
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