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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Db2
Components Serviceability
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 10, 2015

Enahnce db2pd -dbptnmem command for clarity

In command db2pd -dbptnmem result Real Memory on the system is not displayed, and Memory Limit is meant to represent Instance Memory. Please enhance the command as follows for clarity:

1 - the Real Memory on the system should also be displayed in the result reflected
2 – For the Memory Limit is should be re-labeled “Instance Memory Limit”.

Use case below shows HWM higher than Memory Limit.
We now understand Memory Limit is Instance Memory Limit, and the Real Memory on the system is 65GB. However none of that is clear from the command results, and we'd like know that. Intuitively it looks like HWM is higher than all the Real Memory on the system (that's what "Memory Limit" sounds like it means).