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Status Not under consideration
Components Q Replication for Z
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 2, 2020

Reduce the number of Db2 threads when replicating table with XML column

When a table with a XML column is replicated, we observed a high number of SMF Db2 accounting records, one for each row that a have a XML column.

The records are due to Db2 threads created by the replication process.

As the Db2 SMF records are going to the system logger this one has a fixed (hardcoded) threshold of 20% and gives alerts unneeded.  It has also a bad impact on performance and does not respect the concept of Logical unit of work as it should be.

 

See TS002534012 42697,999,624

Needed by Date Oct 31, 2020