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My name is Jack Vamvas. I work as Senior DBA. I blog at .  +Jack Vamvas
  • DB2 Incremental Restore

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Syndicated Blogs
    A DB2 Incremental Restore recovery strategy requires: a) The full backup image b) 0 or more incremental backup c) The days logs The db2ckrst utility parses the history file and allows you to source the relevant backup images. Me...
  • DB2 Incremental Restore

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    A DB2 Incremental Restore recovery strategy requires: a) The full backup image b) 0 or more incremental backup c) The days logs The db2ckrst utility parses the history file and allows you to source the relevant backup images. Me...
  • DB2 - Real time monitoring of DB2 backup and restore

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    A useful command for DB2 DBAs is the LIST UTILITIES command. It displays the list of active utilities. Examples of usage include : BACKUPS, RESTORES, performance issue, progress of RUNSTATS [db2usr1@server1 ~]$ db2 list utilities show detail ID ...
  • DB2 – verify DB2 is available

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    This article describes some methods of checking DB2 is running on a Linux Server Method 1 Log onto the server and execute db2start as the instance owner. If the instance is running you’ll see , something like: 02/10/20...
  • DB2 – verify DB2 is available

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Syndicated Blogs
    This article describes some methods of checking DB2 is running on a Linux Server Method 1 Log onto the server and execute db2start as the instance owner. If the instance is running you’ll see , something like: 02/10/2012 23:36:14 0 0 S...
  • DB2 – verify DB2 is available

    Jack Vamvas Posted 5 Years ago through Blogs
    This article describes some methods of checking DB2 is running on a Linux Server Method 1 Log onto the server and execute db2start as the instance owner. If the instance is running you’ll see , something like: 02/10/2012 23:36:14 0 0 S...
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