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Diagnostic Helpers

Published July 1st, 2011 - by

When opening a PMR with IBM, you will often be asked to send them some specific diagnostics so they can investigate further. IBM has recently issued some new guidance on transmitting this information to the DB2 support team via FTP. The old information APAR(II14631) has been closed and replaced with a new one: II11945. See Continue Reading

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Big news for DB2 Workgroup Edition users

Published October 12th, 2010 - by

The hot news this week from IBM is that DB2 pureScale is going to be FREE in DB2 9.8 Workgroup Edition.  Great news for all workgroup users who will now be able to achieve levels of availability and scalability traditionally only possible in large z/OS enterprise organisations. We figure this is not only good news Continue Reading

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Fascinating Acquisitions Surrounding IBM DB2

Published June 2nd, 2010 - by

In his latest article for Database Journal, Julian Stuhler writes about the fascinating acquisitions surrounding IBM DB2 that have been announced in the last few weeks. xkoto & Teradata – Firstly, Teradata Corporation acquired Xkoto on 12th May 2010. Xkoto was the creator of some very interesting clustering technology dubbed GRIDSCALE, which was designed to Continue Reading

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From IBM Data Management Magazine

Published May 19th, 2010 - by

Distributed DBA: Changes to the Cursor Stability Isolation Level  Interesting article from Roger Sanders about the Currently Committed semantics introduced in DB2 9.7, and shows how these semantics provide faster data access and increased data concurrency for SQL statements running under the CS isolation level. Click here to view

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