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Improve DSNACCOX procedure and DISPLAY command to provide correct information
This idea is a result of case TS002735466 and is being opened as recommended by IBM Support.
Currently, there is an undocumented limit of the internal buffers which are managed by DB2 and which are used when processing DISPLAY DB command. When it happens that this buffer limit is reached, it simply does not contain the complete information about some of the restricted objects as those did not fit in. This results in an incorrect view on the system, but also has an impact on DSNACCOX stored procedure execution and processing. DSNACCOX in such case does not know about objects that could qualify for reorg for example even though those are in AREO* redistricted state only because they did not fit into the buffer of internally issued DISPLAY DB(*) SP(*) RESTRICT command.
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