Db2 Tools for z/OS

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  • Hi Carol, I can't help you with the BMC tools, but I know that sometimes the vendor tools also allow you to run the IBM utility instead of the vendor utility, which might be a solution if the vendor doesn't support runstats profiles. If a change is ...

  • We have the BMC AMI tool set. We are not sure if they are supporting Runstats with profiles. We still need to verify this. One of other concerns is that using the BMC Change Manager tool , when reorgs are added to the workid , Sometimes REORGS FOR ...

  • Hi Carol, I don't know which tools you have available, but with IBM Db2 Automation Tool you can set up a profile with Objects: A, B, C, ... Exception: SYSSTATFEEDBACK - RUNSTATS is recommended Utilities: RUNSTATS USE PROFILE followed by REBIND ...

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  • Have you heard about the Db2 Administration Foundation for z/OS? It is an intuitive, efficient, and streamlined way to search, navigate, and query your Db2 subsystems. It is the cornerstone in the transformation of Db2 Tools for z/OS and will, over ...

  • While there were no new incompatible changes or deprecations introduced with FL509, here are some of the features delivered in Db2 for z/OS FL 509: Tamper-proof audit policies, improving data security. Audit policies cannot be changed, or stopped, ...

  • A new feature of IBM OMEGAMON for Db2 Performance Expert on z/OS called thread level anomaly detection was released March 2021 as a Technical Preview. It is now available. PTFs UI74612 and UJ05166 need to be applied to start using. For details on ...

  • I’m very excited to tell you about a new offering for Db2 for z/OS administrators, announcing on June 8 th and generally available on June 18 th . Db2 Administration Foundation for z/OS delivers key management capabilities to support different Db2 ...

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  • Db2 Administration Tool: Db2 FL 504 Support by Kate Wheat Starting with Db2 12 function level 504, Db2 does not allow you to create synonyms, segmented or partitioned (non-UTS) table spaces, or hash-organized tables. Although creation of these ...