I have been recently tasked with creation of an early warning solution for a memory condition from which some of our DB2 databases have been occasionally suffering. Once the condition is encountered, the only resolution is to restart the instance which can cause an impact.… Read the restContinue reading »
How to investigate Db2 copies installed on a Windows system
According to one of the definitions from the UrbanDictionary, adding the words “in bed” to any sentence can make that sentence “more interesting”. I like to think that the Db2 LUW world equivalent of that is taking a task – such as working with Db2 copies – and adding words “…on Windows”.… Read the restContinue reading »
I have been working with multiple instances on Windows servers lately, and have learned a few things about them, so I thought an article about multiple instances in general would be a good thing.
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I have worked with DB2 on Windows on and off over the years and have largely not enjoyed it all that much. Most likely because the vast majority of my time is spent on UNIX and Linux systems, so when I end up at a windows command line, my fingers type things like “ls” and “grep” before I can even stop them.… Read the restContinue reading »