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Restore database to another Db2 server with different endianness
My customer is using RHEL Big Endian Linux on PPC and Db2 10.5 which is end of support April 30, 2020. They have no option but to migrate to RHEL Little Endian. They cannot simply backup and restore the database and are looking at using Db2move which is very manually intensive when migrating hundreds of databases, or or using QRep which requires MQ resources to be in place.
Make DB2 backup image restorable on both big endian and little endian systems
Having a backup image taken on one kind of system (say big endian) and being able to directly restore it on another kind of system (little endian) will be very useful in cases of DB2 databases migration between the systems with different endian-ne...
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