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Partial PBG REORG for added Partitions due to previous PART LEVEL REORGs
When I run a PART LEVEL REORG of a PBG tablespace and the current data doesn't fit into its original partition DB2 adds a new partition at the end and uses it for the "overflow" data. Which is fine, btw....
If i do this for multiple partitions, several new parts would be created - all of them with just a little data in it.
To get rid of those partitions with very little data (by "compressing" those spreaded data) I could only run another REORG for the whole TS (all parts) which is expensive, long-running and has to touch all the rows I reorged recently.
Wouldn't it be nice to provide the possibility of just reorging the (almost empty) new "overflow" partitions to compress their data into - let's say - just one partition?
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