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Usually our Db2 backs up to storage server or natively. Occasionally we restore a Db2 system in another operating center from where we have to access to the storage server for Restore/rollforward.
In the target environment the Db2 archive logs are extracted via db2adutl afterwards transferred to the destination directory and finally rollforward and similarly with native transfers. At this moment we have only db2cklog utility which checks the integrity or validation of archive log however does not give information when this archive log was generated and to which database this archive log originally belongs to.
So situation becomes complex where we have to do multiple crossnode restore, rollforward operations.
It becomes cumbersome when we are dealing multiple DPF databases as well
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