[DB2EUG] DB2Move and parallelism

Smit

[DB2EUG] DB2Move and parallelism
Henry,

Are you licensed for 4 CPU's
inst-user> db2licm -l
does this give 4 CPU's or just 1?

What is your i/o idle time, perhaps you have an i/o problem?

Finally .........db2move...perhaps you can make it quicker by
using exports and db2look? You could start the export jobs
in the background so that you can start them all together.....
....parallel.......

Greetings,

Robert.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Henry J. Cobb" <[login to unmask email]>
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Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 8:54 PM
Subject: [DB2EUG] DB2Move and parallelism


> Anytime I'm running db2move on my four processor Linux box the CPU idle
> goes to 75 percent and stays there.
>
> Is the anyway of telling it to use the extra resources in the machine?
>
> Also can I pipe db2 backup through gzip to save space and use the other
> processors?
>
> -HJC
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