IIDR 126.96.36.199-5059 for all LUW engines is available on FixCentral
IIDR 188.8.131.52-5059 for Db2 for LUW
JR59346 THE NPE HAPPENS WHEN THE LOB RECORDS ARE COMING BEFORE THE DMSRECORDS.
JR59412 ERROR "SQL0604N" DURING REFRESH
IIDR 184.108.40.206-5059 for Oracle
JR58954 CHOOSE THE MINIMUM RESTART POSITION AND THE MINIMUMCOMMIT+CURRENT INDEPENDENTLY FOR GROUP START
JR59415 OUTOFMEMORYERROR IS HIT WHEN V$ARCHIVED_LOGS CONTAINS MULTIPLE ENTRIES FOR REQUIRED LOG THAT ARE DELETED USING RMAN
IIDR 220.127.116.11-5059 for Microsoft SqlServer
JR59414 DATETIME TIMESTAMPS FROM SQL SOURCE ARE ROUNDED INCORRECTLY DURING MIRRORING
This build contains the following enhancements for Microsoft SQL Server:
- More reliable handling for disk write caching for online logs in IIDR for Microsoft SQL Server.
- Reduces the non-repeatable product behaviour when reading transaction logs, so that the problem determination could be enhanced when problems arise, and the product would behave similarly on repeated tests when reading the same portion of the log.
- Eliminates "Unknown Log Record Type" errors.
- Provides an alternative to identifying log reading related issues in local environment that does not require sharing the transaction logs in original form for users for whom corporate security requirements do not permit sharing such information with external parties.
- DBCC DBTABLE calls have been reduced and virtually eliminated during continuous log reading.
- Reduces the CPU usage on the database caused by IIDR for Microsoft SQL Server when there is little data modification in the database due to elimination to continuous calls to DBCC DBTABLE.
- Provides a user friendly error if the transaction logs in a database are compressed or encrypted.
- To improve troubleshooting log reading related errors, enhanced tracing now indicates which file IBM CDC for Microsoft SQL Server is reading, and when it switches to an online log file.
- Includes a utility that may permit reading transaction logs from the source disk in isolation from the rest of the replication, to help diagnose read IO speed fluctuations in Virtual Machines.
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