Db2 Location Statistics Traces for Remote Applications

Do you have a significant amount of work coming into your Db2 for z/OS subsystems through the Distributed Data Facility? If so, this article may be of interest to you. As some Db2 users have been impacted by connection flooding from a distributed application and want to find the underlying problem and fix it. Or you may be motivated to understanding how your distributed workload is performing during peak times in order to set up Db2 system profiles used to monitor and protect your system from an influx of threads. Or you may be just curious on how remote applications are accessing your system and need to perform capacity planning for a new upcoming workload or understanding how your distributed workload is increasing overtime.

 

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