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DB2 :: Applications Performance/Tuning

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Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
5 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture only

Course Summary:
The course provides detailed coverage of DB2 for z/OS System Recovery and Restart. It is intended for DBAs, systems programmers and anyone responsible for system-wide recovery.

Target Audience:
Technical support staff that will be working with DB2, this includes system administrators, database administrators, systems programmers and operations support staff.

Recommended Prerequisites:
A basic understanding of z/OS operations, transaction processing, TSO and database fundamentals. A basic understanding of DB2 or attending Verhoef Training's Introduction to DB2 course would be helpful.

Course Objectives:
Delegates will gain an understanding of how to operate DB2 in an MVS environment, to control the DB2 attachment interfaces and recover DB2 from a wide range of problems and/or DB2 databases.
In particular it will cover:

  • The DB2 operational environment
  • Operational procedures and support
  • Proper backup and recovery procedures
  • DB2 commands and responses
  • How to utilise the various DB2 utilities and service aids
  • Pinpointing potential integrity problems
  • How to recover from system failures
  • How to recover the system objects (BSDS, LOGS, CATALOG and DIRECTORY)
  • How to recover database objects
  • Disaster recovery scenarios

    Key Topics:

  • DB2 Concepts and Facilities
  • DB2 Basic Operations Environment
  • Monitoring and Controlling DB2
  • Database Backup and Recovery
  • Managing the Logs and BSDS
  • Termination and Restart
  • Recovery Scenarios
  • Additional Discussion Topics
  • DB2 utility termination and restart
  • DB2 system object recovery
  • DB2 disaster recovery

    Last modified: 05-Jan-2016

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