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Jun 29, 2012 at 01:29 PM

DB2 implementation on AIX

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We are looking to migrate some mainframe databases to AIX DB2.

A number of questions have cropped up that I can't find any answers to.

a) File systems. From the documentation the core db2 file systems are.

/db2/db2<SID>

/db2/<SID>/log_dir

/db2/<SID>/log_dir2

/db2/<SID>db2dump

/db2/<SID>/sapdata<n>

Is there not an equivalent of an archive dump area as will oracle? I.e. the logs are copied to this for further archiving off to tape?

b) EMC timefinder integration with DBA cockpit.

Using IBM storage snap based backups are integrated via the Db2 tools that can be called from DBACOCKPIT, however although the documentation states that it is possible to use timefinder I can't find any information on the integration? Do we have to create our own scripts to call from DBACOCKPIT

to enable this?

Any help would be greatly appriciated.

Cheers


/db2/db2<SID>













/db2/db2<SID> /db2/<SID>/log_dir /db2/<SID>/log_dir2 /db2/<SID>db2dump /db2/<SID>/sapdata<n>


/db2/<SID>/log_dir


/db2/<SID>/log_dir2


/db2/<SID>db2dump


/db2/<SID>/sapdata<n>














/db2/db2<SID> /db2/<SID>/log_dir /db2/<SID>/log_dir2 /db2/<SID>db2dump /db2/<SID>/sapdata<n>













/db2/db2<SID> /db2/<SID>/log_dir /db2/<SID>/log_dir2 /db2/<SID>db2dump /db2/<SID>/sapdata<n>