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Clone a partial DB on Linux running in circular mode

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Hi,

I was wondering if someone could help we with a situation I have.

I have a DB sitting on a linux server running using circular logging.
I need to duplicate a portion of the Db on the same server, ie, I need
structures and well as content within them.

I know I can do a db2look followed by a dbmove to get the info I need
into the new DB, but I'm interested in knowing if there is another way
to do this, as the export/import etc, might take a while if the dataset
is large.

Can I do a redirected restore on only a few tablespaces followed by a
db2relocatedb command to get me my new Db? How would one go about
doing this?

Any help would be appreciated.

Nov 12 '05 #1
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