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1 tessarek commented Permalink

Hi Susan. <div>&nbsp;</div> The only people who are using the 10 based notation are hard disk manufacturers. <div>&nbsp;</div> If you buy 4 GB RAM, those are 4096 MB. Especially in DB2 we are still using the 2-based notation. Everything is shown as 4, 8, 16, or 32 kB pages, which translates to 4096, 8192, .... bytes. <div>&nbsp;</div> I'd like to see a 'list tablespaces show detail' output.

2 mitrofun commented Permalink

Hm.....eBay have more than 5PB production datawarehouse on Teradata <div>&nbsp;</div>