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Status Future consideration
Workspace Db2
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 19, 2020

Ability to query catalog tables and administrative views in stand by

There is an option called Read On Standby (ROS) that allows to connect and perform selects on the standby role of a HADR cluster. However, this is focussed to business tables.

I propose the capability to perform selects on the standby but just on the catalog tables or administrative views. For example, access the db2diag.log file via SYSIBMADM.PDLOGMSGS_LAST24HOURS.

This is something more for DBAs that needs to get values from the standby databases, without activating the read on standby.

Many monitoring tools could use this, instead of parsing the db2diag file, or the output of db2pd.

Needed by Date Dec 28, 2020