As some of you may have noticed the developerWorks site that hosted the very useful and famous HADR wiki has been sunset. But, the good news is we migrated this over to a new location that can be found here ==> https://ibm.github.io/db2-hadr-wiki/.
During the month of March, we focused on Db2 LUW, where we briefly touched the new world of the Cloud: Concepts you need to know and architectures you might want to try. Be sure to check out our content :)
The Cloud has become a new trend, and the benefits it offers are quite vast. IBM Db2 LUW can’t stay behind and now you can install a Db2 LUW on the Cloud, and in here, Hugo Fuentes will demystify the Amazon AWS infrastructure and terminology so you can get started with Db2 LUW on Amazon AWS.
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
Moving to a new version or fix pack of DB2 should not be a scary event for databases using the high availability disaster recovery (HADR) feature. Fear of an outage or re initialization of your standby is no longer a concern.