Simulating Massively Parallel Database Processing on Linux!

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Marty Lurie

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: March 01, 2002

In spite of what you may think, MPP does not have to stand for massive purchase price. You can explore massively parallel processing (MPP) database technology on a single laptop using DB2 for Linux. This article describes how to set up a simulated MPP environment and create partitioned tables.

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