Using Data Studio Administrator and DB2 High Performance Unload for fast and efficient data and schema migration

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Don Langworthy, Vinod Chirayath, and Kathryn Zeidenstein

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: May 14, 2009

As a database administrator (DBA), you might need to upgrade your database server when faster and more efficient hardware is made available to you. And you probably need to do this with as little impact to production performance as possible. In this article, you will follow along step-by-step in two scenarios to see how Erik, a DBA at a fictional company, uses Data Studio Administrator 2.1 and DB2® High Performance Unload 4.1 together to accomplish fast and efficient data migration. These scenarios describe how to efficiently combine the ease of use of Data Studio Administrator with the high-speed unload capabilities of DB2® High Performance Unload.

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