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DB2 doesn't have the parameter which will ensure that each archived log file contains no more than n seconds of changes (like Oracle's ARCHIVE_LAG_TARGET), for example, 1800 seconds. So, if DB2 will fill up the log file before the expiration of 1800 secs â€“ nice, but if there was not enough changes to fill up one arclog file â€“ DB2 will force the archive of the log on expiration of 1800 secs. Simple, and so useful for ensuring that each arclog contains a half-hour of changes at maximum.
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