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  • Db2 for z/OS Development is offering a week-long Db2 for z/OS Master Class for experienced Db2 for z/OS System Engineers and Database Administrators. During this class, we will discuss the most common issues related to continuous availability ...

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  • The first edition of IBM Db2 13 for z/OS Performance Topics is now available from IBM Redbooks! It provides performance comparisons between Db2 13 and Db2 12, including high-level performance expectations when you migrate to Db2 13. Db2 13 delivers ...

  • By Long Tu with Paul McWilliams. Starting in function level 500 or higher with APAR PH51359 (December 2022), Db2 13 for z/OS supports stacking of certain pending data definition changes (DDL) when you use the new capability in Db2 13 to convert ...

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  • The stability of Db2 for z/OS systems is legendary. That stability is based upon a partnership between Db2 development and the customer, where each party has a responsibility that cannot be wholly mitigated by the other. Haakon Roberts recently described ...

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  • Does your Db2 system hit its specified MAXDBAT limit regularly? If it does, you might need to evaluate whether your MAXDBAT and CONDBAT settings are configured to allow your Db2 subsystem to run with optimal performance. The MAXDBAT subsystem parameter ...

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  • Hi Abe, According to the IBM Db2 document, only PACKAGE OWNER RTM05PKO of Optimization Routines has the default is user-id. https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/db2-for-zos/12?topic=dsntipra-db2-optimization-routines-panel-dsntiprm Acceptable ...

  • Hi, thanks for your explanation. In my DSNTID member I count 95 parameters ending in PKO, they are all just like RTM05PKO intended to encode a package owner. Yet RTM05PKO is the only one in this set that gets set to my userid every time I pass through ...

  • Hi Abe, Happy New Year to you! Here is what I found about the parameter RTM05PKO in Optimization Routine. PACKAGE OWNER Specify the ID that should own the package when it is bound (the value for the OWNER parameter of the BIND PACKAGE command) ...

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