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altobj() housekeeping

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DB2 LUW 8.2 FP14 Red Hat AS 2.1

I primarily use alter table (and therefore altobj()) from CC.

Is it OK to delete those T* backup tables that get created when I alter
tables w/ altobj()? It looks like sometimes they get left there and
sometimes not?

Is it OK to delete any rows that I see left around in
SYSTOOLS.ALTOBJ_INFO?? If there are no alters happening, should

altobj() does a LOAD COPY YES and apparently leaves stuff in
~/sqllib/tmp. Once a backup is done, is is safe to delete everything
in ~/sqllib/tmp? Some of these files are named pipes?


Feb 5 '07 #1
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