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  • We are happy to announce the release of the Db2 Data Management Console v 3.1.10. In this release, we have enhanced the replication dashboard based on the customer feedback we have received on this recently delivered feature (Sept ‘22) ...

  • Executive Summary This paper describes several best practices for minimizing or even potentially eliminating planned database outages. An outage is any situation in which the database is unable to serve user requests, either completely as in the case ...

  • The directory below lists the available Db2 Best Practices PDFs transferred from DeveloperWorks. Building a data migration strategy with IBM InfoSphere Optim High Performance Unload Cost Reduction Strategies with DB2 Deploying IBM DB2 products ...

  • Introduction to the DB2 High Availability feature In today's fast-paced world, time is money. More importantly, downtime equals money lost. This is why high availability is so important for all businesses, large and small. A highly available database ...

  • Introduction and overview This paper describes a distinct configuration of an automated IBM® DB2® for Linux®, UNIX® software failover solution that uses shared disk storage. The configuration is based on the DB2 High Availability (HA) feature and the ...

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  • Hi Meghana You can use cron to schedule your backups at what ever interval you require. Db2 has the ability to delete recovery objects automatically by enabling the AUTO_DEL_REC_OBJ configuration parameter. In conjunction with the REC_HIS_RETENT and ...

  • Hi Team, Can you please provide the steps for backup configuration in fs level 1> how to take the daily backup 2>how to take the weekly backup 3> how to delete the backup image every 3 days 3>how to take hourly transaction log ------------------------------ ...

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  • I have a column in a table that's I'd like to query and return as BASE64Encoded. Is there a way to do this? SELECT BASE64ENCODE(column) AS Base64Encoded FROM table; I'm a newbie to DB2(z/OS). ------------------------------ Kurt Shull ------------ ...

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