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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Db2
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 19, 2014

Create a storage group in a specific database partition group.

After discussing with Pavel Sustr & Quentin Presley there is current no plans to for this hence the request.

I'm copied the initial e-mail request.

Is there any plan to allow storage group definition, in DPF, to apply to a particular dbpart group such that

(1) A stogroup can be created in a database partition group so that its named paths/file systems only need to exist for the partitions in that database partition group.

For example today, if a database has partitions 0,1,2 then the following

create stogroup TSCSTOGROUP1
ON '/tmp/sample/partition $N /sptsc1' , '/tmp/sample/partition $N /sptsc2'

Requires these paths (file systems)


Whereas, if I could use the in DATABASE PARTITION GROUP clause to name a partition group defined only on node 1, then I only need to create these paths/file systems:


(2) a tablespace would be created in a stogroup, and inherit the DATABASE PARTITION GROUP from the stogroup