ICTYPE=P and STYPE=K

Bharath Nunepalli

ICTYPE=P and STYPE=K

Hi,

We are in DB2 v11.

I executed RECOVER TOCOPY on a Tablespace, and I see an entry for that Tableapace in SYSCOPY with ICTYPE=P and STYPE=K.

In IBM knowledge center, I didnt find the explanation for STYPE=K

https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSEPEK_11.0.0/cattab/src/tpc/db2z_sysibmsyscopytable.html

 

Any ideas about STYPE=K?

Philip Sevetson

ICTYPE=P and STYPE=K
(in response to Bharath Nunepalli)
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Bharath,

There is a reference to ICTYPE=A and STYPE=K in the DB2 z/OS V11 Technical Overview, Section 4.3 (found by Google). Not sure it’s relevant since the ICTYPE is different.

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Hi,

We are in DB2 v11.

I executed RECOVER TOCOPY on a Tablespace, and I see an entry for that Tableapace in SYSCOPY with ICTYPE=P and STYPE=K.

In IBM knowledge center, I didnt find the explanation for STYPE=K

https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSEPEK_11.0.0/cattab/src/tpc/db2z_sysibmsyscopytable.html



Any ideas about STYPE=K?

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Bharath Nunepalli

RE: ICTYPE=P and STYPE=K
(in response to Philip Sevetson)

You are right.

I see about STYPE=K in DB2 v11 tech overview doc, but not in IBM Knowledge center.

 

I'm not seeing STYPE=K for ICTYPE=P anywhere.