DB2 for z/OS Cloning Tool

Jim McAlpine

DB2 for z/OS Cloning Tool
I'm RTFM for the above with particular reference to the Table Space Cloning
feature. I want to take an existing set of tablespaces/tables and create a
complete new set with just a new hlq/vcat in the same DB2 subsystem. Would
I have to define the target tablespaces/tables or can the Cloning Tool do
that for me. It's not clear from the manual (at least to me it's not).

Jim McAlpine

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Jay Bruce

Re: DB2 for z/OS Cloning Tool
(in response to Jim McAlpine)
Hi Jim,

Currently, Cloning Tool requires the user to define the target objects. We are exploring some enhancements in this area and will follow up with you.

Jay Bruce, IBM DB2 Tools Architect

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Munwar Malik

Re: DB2 for z/OS Cloning Tool
(in response to Jay Bruce)
We are running The (TIM & TAM LDAP's are TDS) using DB2 version 9.1.0.2
- Is it ok to patch OS to RHEL from 5.1 to 5.5 on these servers?

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