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Help on DB2 Command

Hi Folks,

I want to know the list of all tables in my DB2 database, based on the parameter "Large RIDs" which I can see in the transaction DBACOCKPIT.

If I have to see it manually, I have a mammoth task of doing it once for every table.

Are there any commmands to achieve this in a single go ??

Please help.



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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2011 at 01:54 PM


    this can be done by querying TABNAME, LARGE_RIDS (and LARGE_SLOTS) columns in the sysibmadm.admintabinfo view.

    Regards HJ

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