Automate DB2 9.7 database maintenance in an embedded database environment

Hassle-free DB2 9.7 database administration with automatic-maintenance toolkit

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Sreeni Paidi and Angela Carlson

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: May 06, 2010

Within an embedded database environment, it is important that you, as a database administrator, automate as many maintenance tasks as possible so that you can run the database with minimal intervention. IBM® DB2® for Linux®, UNIX®, and Windows® provides advanced automation features for configuring, tuning, and managing databases. These automation features allow you to spend less time managing routine tasks, and more time focusing on strategic issues that help your businesses gain and maintain a competitive advantage. This tutorial shows you how to automate routine maintenance tasks for DB2 on Linux or UNIX.

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