DSSIZE 2GB or 4GB for segmented table space

Sangameswara Panchomarthi

DSSIZE 2GB or 4GB for segmented table space
I have a question, according to my knowledge on DB
Dear Experts,

I have a question, according to my knowledge on DB2, Segmented table space DSN will grow up to 2GB in size and then another dataset will be created until we reach total of 32 datasets for the table space. Maximum size of segmented table space is 32 x 2GB = 64 GB.

But recently i have noticed on my DB2 system that segmented table space DSN is growing to 4GB in size. DO they also grow in 4GB chunks up to 16 ?

Since SEGMENTED table space create syntax does not allow DSSIZE parameter, where the 2GB or 4GB will be decided for the DSN.

I appreciate your help if you can provide any insight into this.


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