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Database Manager agent configuration

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In the "Adminstration: Performance" manual (DB2 V8.1 for LUW), it
describes the following dbm (database manager) configuration parms.
Since these are set at the dbm level, do we calculate the combined
number needed for all databases in the instance, or does each database
get their own allocation of these?

- Maximum Number of Agents (maxagents).

- Agent Pool Size (num_poolagents).

- Initial Number of Agents in Pool (num_initagents).

- Maximum Number of Connections (max_connections).

- Maximum Number of Coordinating Agents (max_coordagents).

- Maximum Number of Concurrent Agents (maxcagents).
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Ian
Mark wrote:
In the "Adminstration: Performance" manual (DB2 V8.1 for LUW), it
describes the following dbm (database manager) configuration parms.
Since these are set at the dbm level, do we calculate the combined
number needed for all databases in the instance, or does each database
get their own allocation of these?

- Maximum Number of Agents (maxagents).
- Agent Pool Size (num_poolagents).
- Initial Number of Agents in Pool (num_initagents).
- Maximum Number of Connections (max_connections).
- Maximum Number of Coordinating Agents (max_coordagents).
- Maximum Number of Concurrent Agents (maxcagents).


These are all instance wide parameters. The number of connections
to each database in an instance is controlled by the MAXAPPLS db
config parameter.
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