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SMS TableSpace - Reorg not releasing space.


Running DB2 9.1 on Redhat Linux 4.1.

Storage management indicates that the pages stored in a file based SMS
container occupy 7 gig of the total space allocated which is 50gig. I
wrote a script to reorg and runstat all the tables in the tablespace
but the reorgs are not releasing space to the file system. Is there
anything that would cause this?

Jun 30 '08 #1
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Running DB2 9.1 on Redhat Linux 4.1.

Storage management indicates that the pages stored in a file based SMS
container occupy 7 gig of the total space allocated which is 50gig. I
wrote a script to reorg and runstat all the tables in the tablespace
but the reorgs are not releasing space to the file system. Is there
anything that would cause this?
You are probably mistaken. What makes you think storage is not being
released?

Keep in mind that a table can actually get larger after a reorg, since DB2
will recreate the percent free on each page (default is 10%). This percent
free may have been used during inserts.
Jun 30 '08 #2

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