Recent changes in DB2 for z/OS logging

Friday, 28 September, 2012 - 11:15 - 12:15
Steve Thomas

How well DB2 handles Log data can be a critical factor in maximizing performance, particularly in a high transaction rate environment. There have been a number of changes in the area of Logging over recent DB2 releases. Some of these have been obvious improvements such as the ability to use DFSMS Striping for Active Log datasets, but there have been Logging implications in some other changes such as the introduction of Reordered Row Format. However, many sites I visit have not really investigated these changes in any detail and the impact they might have on their operations. This presentation provides an update on changes to how DB2 manages logging updates and some useful hints and tips you will be able to take away and use to review your logging environment. 



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