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In most traditional migrations towards a new environment, one will most probably come up with the most current ideas to get the job down, but what about migrating a multi-terabyte sized database with a minimal down time?
The importance of the UNLOAD privilege in Db2 12 for z/OS cannot be underestimated as it can completely determine if your batch production can run untouched. Whether it's for better control and audits or more granularity in privileges, Brian Laube explains why we should keep this in mind.
In general, a change to the database cfg parm LOGFILSIZ requires the database to be bounced (DEACTIVATE/ACTIVATE) cleanly, meaning no inflight/open transactions (e.g. no indoubt transactions or async undo through DB2_ONLINERECOVERY).
In knowing that when there is any form of database recovery, such