I have a new post on my DB2 Blog.
Last week I talked about the basics of evaluating DB2 for z/OS and LUW compression. DB2 compression saves a huge amount of disk storage space and improves performance by eliminating I/O within your system. This week we talk about the performance implications of some other table space settings. If your database tables suffer performance problems, have bad SQL access paths and need constant reorgs, there are a number of table space settings that can help you avoid reorgs, minimize outages and help your . . . → Read More: DB2 Performance Maintenance – Saving Resources and CPU with the Correct Setting
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