DB2 Buffer Pool performance is essential for applications in a z/OS environment. Buffer pools in data sharing configurations have corresponding coupling facility structures, so monitoring them from a coupling facility perspective as well as a DB2 perspective is key.
This zAcademy session will first discuss the basics of coupling facility performance and then dive into DB2 performance, specifically DB2 group buffer pool performance.
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