DB2 best practices, DB2 instance recovery for IBM Smart Analytics System

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Ilker Ender and Garrett Fitzsimons

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: October 21, 2010

Recovering from data loss or corruption is achieved by restoring from a database backup. But, what if your instance configuration has been compromised, or what if you use database partitioning? How do you recover the DB2® instance environment efficiently and effectively without having to restore the entire server? This article aims to answer these questions by showing you how to implement a DB2 instance backup and recovery strategy for a partitioned database environment. In particular, it focuses on the IBM® Smart Analytics System environment with configurations based on System x® and Power Systems™ servers.

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