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Leveraging DB2 Snapshot Administrative Views


This article will show the DB2 LUW version 9 administrator how to use Unix shell scripts to build a home-grown database performance history system without resort to third-party tools. Shell scripts are used to automate performance capture and provide 24×7 monitoring support. The author also provides 40 views representing calculated common metrics of the resulting performance history data.

Using Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control to Manage DB2


Some thoughts from Peter Suhner about the DB2 plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Grid Control (GC). Basically he feels as a monitoring framework it works well, but requires DB2 Health Monitor to be active.