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My name is Jack Vamvas. I work as Senior DBA. I blog at .  +Jack Vamvas
  • SQL Server – Backup to NUL trick - read throughput

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    A neat test for read speed backup throughput is to use the Backup to NUL . NUL is a special “file”. It's as a nul device , anything “written” to it is discarded.Don’t confuse with the SQL reserved word NULL. Before you run this statement , note that ...
  • SQL Server – Maintaining different environments

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    A busy Database Server and application development environment can have – Sandbox, Dev, Test, QA, Staging, Production . Maintaining multiple environments requires consideration of various factors. Reasons for maintaining different environments Par...
  • DB2 security audit

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    The SYSIBM.SYSDBAUTH maintains user privileges on databases, The SYSIBM.SYSPLANAUTH maintains user privileges on plans, The SYSIBM.SYSUSERAUTH maintain user privileges on the system....
  • DB2 security audit

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Syndicated Blogs
    $working_dir/$logfile echo "operatation began `date`" $working_dir/$logfile for i in `db2 list db directory | grep 'Database name' | awk '{print $4}'`; do echo "==============================" $working_dir/$logfile ; echo "getting :DB AUTH,USER...
  • DB2 security audit

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    $working_dir/$logfile echo "operatation began `date`" $working_dir/$logfile for i in `db2 list db directory | grep 'Database name' | awk '{print $4}'`; do echo "==============================" $working_dir/$logfile ; echo "getting :DB AUTH,USER...
  • DB2 – db2sysc and instance status

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Syndicated Blogs
    For a quick check on the DB2 instance status on Linux use: ps aux | less | grep 'db2sysc' Lists all DB2 instances running on the server. db2sysc is the main DB2 engine Related Posts DB2 health script Author: Jack Vamvas(http://www.dba-db2.co...
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