Topic: 2012 NA
Subtopic: DB2 for LUW
For many DBAs, how DB2 captures the changes to a database and can use that to recover from failures is a mystery. But with over 20% of the 100+ configurable database configuration parameters being related to logging and recovery, it’s important to understand how it all works and how you can be sure that you’re logging in an efficient matter and that you’re protected from various types of failures. Learn about logging strategies, how to properly configure the most important parameters (for feature and performance), and how to monitor the logging that is happening in your environment. Topics also include logging basics and concepts, mirrored logging, infinite logging, log archiving, types of recovery (crash recovery vs. roll forward), minimizing crash recovery time, and methods for limiting what gets logged.
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