Introducing DB2 9, Part 3, Self-tuning memory in DB2 9

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Rav Ahuja

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: June 01, 2006

Tuning your database memory and buffers for optimum performance is effortless with the new self-tuning memory management feature in DB2® 9 (formerly codenamed "DB2 Viper"). It automatically configures database memory settings and adjusts them dynamically during run time to optimize performance and improve administrator productivity. Take a look at how it works, explore the benefits, and see the results of this feature in a benchmark setting. For more information on the new features of DB2 9, read the other articles in the series.

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