[z/OS DB2 V11 NFM] SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE

Paul Ogborne

[z/OS DB2 V11 NFM] SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE
Good afternoon,


SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE



Manual says that '.. Indicates if the object is associated with data set instance - domain 1 or 2 with default 1. Updateable.


It is part of the index on the table: [DBID,PSID,PARTITION,INSTANCE]. Similarly present on SYSINDEXSPACESTATS too.


Doe anybody have any further details please? Is anybody using this?


Regards,
Paul




Raymond Bell

[z/OS DB2 V11 NFM] SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE
(in response to Paul Ogborne)
Hey Paul, long time no see. We must do something about that. :o)

It’s nothing to do with fastswitch, is it? You know, the whole I0001/J0001 which-cluster-am-I-today thing? Just a guess.

Cheers,


Raymond

Raymond Bell
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Good afternoon,

SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE

Manual says that '.. Indicates if the object is associated with data set instance - domain 1 or 2 with default 1. Updateable.

It is part of the index on the table: [DBID,PSID,PARTITION,INSTANCE]. Similarly present on SYSINDEXSPACESTATS too.

Doe anybody have any further details please? Is anybody using this?

Regards,
Paul



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No, it's to indicate which dataset is the current base when you have a clone, ie when you create a clone the base table will be I0001 and clone I0002, after the exchange the base will be I0002 and the clone I0001. The column is also in SYSTABLESPACE.


regards


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Hey Paul, long time no see. We must do something about that. :o)



It’s nothing to do with fastswitch, is it? You know, the whole I0001/J0001 which-cluster-am-I-today thing? Just a guess.



Cheers,





Raymond



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Good afternoon,



SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE



Manual says that '.. Indicates if the object is associated with data set instance - domain 1 or 2 with default 1. Updateable.



It is part of the index on the table: [DBID,PSID,PARTITION,INSTANCE]. Similarly present on SYSINDEXSPACESTATS too.



Doe anybody have any further details please? Is anybody using this?



Regards,

Paul







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Phil Grainger

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After 30 years. we finally found out what the digits in the "I0001" node were for (as Raymond mentioned, Fast Switch uses the "I"

Still wondering what the other digits are for though?

Someone must have had something in mind when they created the Db2 dataset naming convention
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No, it's to indicate which dataset is the current base when you have a clone, ie when you create a clone the base table will be I0001 and clone I0002, after the exchange the base will be I0002 and the clone I0001. The column is also in SYSTABLESPACE.



regards



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Hey Paul, long time no see. We must do something about that. :o)



It's nothing to do with fastswitch, is it? You know, the whole I0001/J0001 which-cluster-am-I-today thing? Just a guess.



Cheers,





Raymond



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Good afternoon,



SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE



Manual says that '.. Indicates if the object is associated with data set instance - domain 1 or 2 with default 1. Updateable.



It is part of the index on the table: [DBID,PSID,PARTITION,INSTANCE]. Similarly present on SYSINDEXSPACESTATS too.



Doe anybody have any further details please? Is anybody using this?



Regards,

Paul






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Paul Ogborne

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(in response to Chris Tee)
Thanks Chris.


@Raymond, Absotively my friend.


@Phil, Indeed!


Regards,
Paul



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Subject: [DB2-L] - RE: [z/OS DB2 V11 NFM] SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE



No, it's to indicate which dataset is the current base when you have a clone, ie when you create a clone the base table will be I0001 and clone I0002, after the exchange the base will be I0002 and the clone I0001. The column is also in SYSTABLESPACE.


regards


Chris




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Hey Paul, long time no see. We must do something about that. :o)

It’s nothing to do with fastswitch, is it? You know, the whole I0001/J0001 which-cluster-am-I-today thing? Just a guess.

Cheers,


Raymond

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Sent: 24 November 2017 13:56
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Subject: [DB2-L] - [z/OS DB2 V11 NFM] SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE


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Good afternoon,



SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE



Manual says that '.. Indicates if the object is associated with data set instance - domain 1 or 2 with default 1. Updateable.



It is part of the index on the table: [DBID,PSID,PARTITION,INSTANCE]. Similarly present on SYSINDEXSPACESTATS too.



Doe anybody have any further details please? Is anybody using this?



Regards,

Paul







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The #### is used for the dataset number when the physical dataset goes over maximum size for non-partitioned table spaces or if partitioned for the partition number.
At least that is done in z/IS.
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After 30 years. we finally found out what the digits in the “I0001” node were for (as Raymond mentioned, Fast Switch uses the “I”
 
Still wondering what the other digits are for though?
 
Someone must have had something in mind when they created the Db2 dataset naming convention








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Hi Carol!

Are you sure about that? I think the data set/partition number is in the next node. The one starting with an A.

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On 24 Nov 2017, at 14:55, Paul Ogborne <[login to unmask email]<mailto:[login to unmask email]>> wrote:

Good afternoon,

SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE

Manual says that '.. Indicates if the object is associated with data set instance - domain 1 or 2 with default 1. Updateable.

It is part of the index on the table: [DBID,PSID,PARTITION,INSTANCE]. Similarly present on SYSINDEXSPACESTATS too.

Doe anybody have any further details please? Is anybody using this?

Regards,
Paul



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Carol Anne Sutfin

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I think you are correct Martin. That's what happens when you get old.Thanks Carol


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-------- Original message --------From: Martin Ålund <[login to unmask email]> Date: 11/26/17 2:19 AM (GMT-05:00) To: [login to unmask email] Subject: [DB2-L] - RE: [z/OS DB2 V11 NFM] SYSIBM.SYSTABLESPACESTATS.INSTANCE
Hi Carol!
Are you sure about that? I think the data set/partition number is in the next node. The one starting with an A.
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But wiser!

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I think you are correct Martin.
That's what happens when you get old.
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Hi Carol!

Are you sure about that? I think the data set/partition number is in the next node. The one starting with an A.

Regards Martin

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