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2019
Countdown Begins for DB2 v10.5 Support

End of Support Announced Did you know the End of Support (EOS) date for DB2 v10.5 on Linux, UNIX and Windows platforms has been announced as 30th April 2020?  After this date IBM will only provide the full defect and

2018
Finding the access path for Columnar queries #3

In the first blog in this series ( Finding the access path for Columnar queries ) I was griping about not being able to see any detail in the explain plans for what DB2 is doing when you see a

2018
BLU Hits and Misses – the replay

Replay! If you missed the last DB2Night Show of 2017 then fear not, our partners over at DBI Software HQ have made the replay of Mark Gillis’ DB2 11 Performance: BLU Hits and Misses available as a replay. Take a

2017
Finding the access path for Columnar queries #2

Usage Lists In my last blog ( http://db2geek.triton.co.uk/finding-access-path-columnar-queries ) I was reiterating the case for columnar data storage but bemoaning the lack of any means to see in the access path how the data is being retrieved. It merely shows

2017
DB2 11 Performance: BLU Hits and Misses on the DB2Night Show

A forthcoming date for your diary that you won't want to miss! On Friday 15th December, Mark Gillis, IBM Champion and Principal Consultant at Triton Consulting will be the guest presenter once again on DBI Software’s DB2Night Show. Based on

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