Db2 produces extensive SMF metrics that can provide great insights into how the many facets of your Db2 environment are operating.
Attend this session and find out how much you can learn through exploring Db2 Accounting data (SMF 101) data, along with other types of SMF data that shed light on Db2 operation and performance, including:
- Examining the differing profiles of work generated by the various callers of Db2 services (“connection type”), including CPU and SQL activity, suspend events, and elapsed time profiles
- Exploring the visibility provided by “correlation ID” into the specific drivers of Db2 activity (e.g., by CICS transaction, batch job, etc.)
- How focusing analysis of DDF work by “authorization ID” can help manage what is often a challenging workload
- Drilling into metrics at the plan (and package) levels to navigate through the typically massive volumes of accounting data and quickly focus analysis on the desired subset of data
- Introducing important Db2 operational insights that can be derived from integration with other data types, including CICS transaction (SMF 110.1) data
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