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Tag Archives: z/OS

Assembler : Getting DB2 Traces Started to OPn

Published July 29th, 2013 - by

In the previous post I talked about getting our assembler monitor connected to DB2 for z/OS with the intention of getting some statistics traces running and gathering the data cut by DB2. This time we’re going to look at how we actually got the traces running.   As you’ll know from your extensive reading of Continue Reading

DB2 for z/OS Connectivity Testing

Published December 3rd, 2012 - by

  One of the challenges that customers face is validating the DDF configuration of a new service before making it available to mid-range application servers. In an ideal world, we’d all have DB2 Connect available to bash a quick configuration together and use the command line processor to connect and run some simple SQL as Continue Reading

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DB2 z/OS Quick Tuning Tip

Published May 27th, 2011 - by

Anyone who has spent any time tuning DB2 for z/OS applications will know how painful the occasional dataset open/close process can be – there’s even a specific accounting class 3 suspend counter for it. The problem is even worse when large numbers of datasets have to be opened or closed all at once, such as Continue Reading