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SQL Tuning for Developers – Part 2 Explain Output

Introduction In Db2 the best way for any developer writing SQL queries to know how a query is gathering the data for a result set is through the Db2 explain tool. I find too many developers do not know what to do or where to start when it comes to SQL tuning, program tuning, or application...

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Use Data Server Manager to tune your DB2 on z/OS Queries for Free

­­ IBM® Data Server Manager is an integrated database management tools platform for DB2® for z/OS databases. It was designed to be simple to set up, easy to use, and enterprise ready with the ability to manage hundreds of databases. Data Server Manager Base Edition offers database...

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How to Avoid Dramatic Access Path Changes in DB2 for z/OS Dynamic SQL (or at Least Fix Them Quickly)

By Kurt Struyf, Lone Star Consulting This article is based on a recent tuning engagement at a customer site and describes the countermeasures that were enacted to restore system performance. Those countermeasures include a daily process to establish an access path baseline and sample jobs...

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Benchmarking Your SQL Tuning Decisions in DB2 for z/OS and LUW

By Daniel L. Luksetich, DanL Database Consulting - SQL tuning is not just looking at an SQL statement and EXPLAIN information, but is also about verifying whether or not a tuning change, be it a change to a statement or change to a database object, actually has a positive impact on...