Articles & Content
Topic: 2005 NA
DATE: 2005-05-23 (10:20 AM - 11:30 AM)
SPEAKERS: Mark Scranton (IBM)
This presentation will cover the "new" performance tuning considerations for IDS 10.0, building on architectural changes that occurred in IDS 9.4. The most significant performance features in version 10.0 will be covered; Configurable Page Sizes, Memory Allocation for Non-PDQ Queries; Dynamic OPTCOMPIND; External Optimizer Directives. References will be made to other features that should considered when tuning IDS 10.0 - the most significant IDS release since 1996.
EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate,Advanced
The Changing Industry - how is that changing tuning?
IDS 9.4 Architectural Changes - the foundation for IDS 10.0
Configurable Pages Sizes/Multiple Buffer Pools - many, many benefits
Memory Allocation for non-PDQ Queries - helping all queries run well.
Dynamic OPTCOMPIND/External Optimizer Directives - influencing query behavior
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