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DB2 in production environment.

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Folks,

I have been DB2 DBA for about 6 years, but in development environment.
I know how to created, maintain, tune database. Because of the development
environment all the data was considered volatile and can be re-created so I
never had to worry about backups and crash recovery.

We are looking at doing some ASP work on our product and would like to learn
about backups, restores, crash recovery needed in production environment.

Where can I find this info? Can you please point me to URL, book, etc.

Thanks.
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Try the DB2 Data Recovery and High-Availability Guide and Reference at

http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data...manualsv8.html

and the High Availability Guide for DB2 by Eaton, Cialini ISBN
0131448307 at

https://ites.krcinfo.com/WebForms/Lo...aspx?Status=10

Larry Edelstein

Hemant Shah wrote:
Folks,

I have been DB2 DBA for about 6 years, but in development environment.
I know how to created, maintain, tune database. Because of the development
environment all the data was considered volatile and can be re-created so I
never had to worry about backups and crash recovery.

We are looking at doing some ASP work on our product and would like to learn
about backups, restores, crash recovery needed in production environment.

Where can I find this info? Can you please point me to URL, book, etc.

Thanks.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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While stranded on information super highway Larry wrote:
Try the DB2 Data Recovery and High-Availability Guide and Reference at

http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data...manualsv8.html

and the High Availability Guide for DB2 by Eaton, Cialini ISBN
0131448307 at

https://ites.krcinfo.com/WebForms/Lo...aspx?Status=10

Larry Edelstein

Thanks. I will take a look at it.
Hemant Shah wrote:
Folks,

I have been DB2 DBA for about 6 years, but in development environment.
I know how to created, maintain, tune database. Because of the development
environment all the data was considered volatile and can be re-created so I
never had to worry about backups and crash recovery.

We are looking at doing some ASP work on our product and would like to learn
about backups, restores, crash recovery needed in production environment.

Where can I find this info? Can you please point me to URL, book, etc.

Thanks.


--
Hemant Shah /"\ ASCII ribbon campaign
E-mail: No************@xnet.com \ / ---------------------
X against HTML mail
TO REPLY, REMOVE NoJunkMail / \ and postings
FROM MY E-MAIL ADDRESS.
-----------------[DO NOT SEND UNSOLICITED BULK E-MAIL]------------------
I haven't lost my mind, Above opinions are mine only.
it's backed up on tape somewhere. Others can have their own.
Nov 12 '05 #3

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