Db2 11.5 is here and with it comes a bunch of new features and changed behaviors in the area of Availability & Recovery that should make your every day tasks easier. Check out the list that includes items like Advanced Log Space Management, Reduced Logging and better HADR Reads on Standby.
With Db2 Version 11.5 the journey has begun to make log space management more autonomic. Reduce your likelihood of hitting transaction log full conditions with Advanced Log Space Management (ALSM), which is a technology preview and not supported for production environments until further notice.
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.
En este artículo, Emil Kotrc reflexiona sobre los temores en el campo de las Bases de Datos expuestos por el Dr. Michael Stonebraker en una reciente presentación.
In the early days of DB2 for z/OS, pretty much every change to a table would result in an unload-drop-recreate-load of the table. This article will talk about how the ALTER table in DB2 12 for z/OS has evolved from DB2 11 for z/OS and what you need to know from a practical point of view.
In DB2 11