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The Key To Mastering Db2 Locking On Row-Store Tables

by: Zoltan Toth, IBM and Michael Feng, IBM A database lock is a mechanism utilized by Db2 to govern the access to a database object amongst different transactions. The following is a list of objects that Db2 usually regulates via the usage of locks: - Table - Table partition -...

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Lessons Learned of Locking and Latches by Adrian Burke

Lessons Learned of Locking and Latches Locking and latching are both key mechanisms employed by relational database management systems to ensure data integrity, consistency, and the proper serialization of resources. In the Db2 for z/OS world, IRLM manages the locks, but...

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