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IBM Database 2 performance: Design, implementation, and tuning

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4 Author(s)
Cheng, J.M. ; IBM General Products Division, Santa Teresa Laboratory, P.O. Box 50020, San Jose, CA 95150, USA ; Loosley, C.R. ; Shibamiya, A. ; Worthington, P.S.

The larger and more complex a relational data base, the more efficient the data base management system must be to maintain an acceptable level of performance. The design and implementation of IBM Database 2 (DB2) have been aimed toward this objective. Techniques for achieving this key objective in DB2 are the subject of this paper. Presented are performance-related strategies in query processing and performance-related design tradeoffs. Data base and application design options and their resolution for optimum performance are also discussed. Also presented are techniques to maintain performance by application monitoring and tuning and DB2 system tuning.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

1984

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