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DB2 Universal Database in the Solaris Operating Environments

DB2 Universal Database in the Solaris Operating Environments

Tetsuya Shirai, Rodolphe Michel

442 pages, parution le 10/12/1999


The ultimate DB2 UDB administrator's and developer's reference for Solaris environments! Never-before-published insider's techniques for database deployment, management, optimization, and more!

In this book, a team of IBM insiders demonstrates exactly how to make the most of IBM's DB2 Universal Database Version 6.1 in Solaris enterprise environments. DB2 Universal Database in the Solaris Operating Environment delivers expert tips and techniques for DB2 UDB/Solaris installation, server and client configuration, management, optimization, monitoring, and more-all straight from IBM's top DB2 experts!

Discover how to work with DB2 UDBs management utilities in a Soloris environment; enhance client/server communications under Solaris; and much more. Coverage includes:

  • Configuring Solaris and DB2 UDB clustering and failover support
  • Running DB2 Universal Database Enterprise Edition under Solaris: unique issues and opportunities
  • Creating DMS table spaces, step-by-step
  • Enabling and customizing TCP/IP support for DB2 UDB on Solaris
  • Running DB2 UDBs snapshot and event performance monitoring utilities under Solaris

DB2 Universal Database in the Solaris Operating Environment also offers detailed troubleshooting guidance focused on the most widely encountered problems and errors in DB2/Solaris environments. Whether you're-a DBA or developer, if you're running DB2 UDB under Soloris, you'll find this book absolutely indispensable.

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Overview
Chapter 2: DB2 UDB Installation
Chapter 3: Introduction to SUN's disk technology
Chapter 4: Creating database objects
Chapter 5: DB2 UDB Client / Server communications
Chapter 6: DB2 UDB graphical tools
Chapter 7: Backup and Recovery
Chapter 8: DB2 UDB Enterprise-Extended Edition
Chapter 9: DB2 UDB and high-availability on Sun Cluster
Chapter 10: Performance monitoring and tuning
Appendix A: Hints and Tips
Appendix B: Related publications

L'auteur - Tetsuya Shirai

Tetsuya Shirai

is a Project Leader at the International Technical Support Organization (ITSO), Austin Center. He worked in Tokyo, Japan before joining the Austin ITSO. He has been with IBM for seven years, working for the last four years with DB2 UDB products. He has worked in the area of DB2 services, teaching classes to both customers and employees of IBM. He has also provided consulting services to D132 customers worldwide.

L'auteur - Rodolphe Michel

Dr. Rodolphe Michel

is currently providing technical support, education, and consulting services to DB2 customers across EMEA on all the DB2 UDB platforms. He has been with IBM since 1989. He has been a member of the DB2 development team at the IBM Database Technology Institute (DBTI) in San Jose, CA (USA), has been a speaker at numerous international technical conferences (VLDB, IDUG, and so on), and has taught DB2 UDB related courses and certification programs worldwide. Rodolphe Michel holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Paris 6 University.

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Éditeur(s) Prentice Hall
Auteur(s) Tetsuya Shirai, Rodolphe Michel
Parution 10/12/1999
Nb. de pages 442
Format 17,8 x 23,5
Poids 962g
EAN13 9780130869869

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