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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 About this Documentation
1.1.1 Who Should Use this Documentation
1.1.2 How this Documentation is Structured
1.2 Naming Conventions
1.3 End of Support of SAP DB2 Admin Tools
1.4 Admin Tools: Enhancements and Changes
1.4.1 New Features
1.4.2 Differences Between 4.6D and 6.NN Admin Tools
1.5 DB2 UDB for UNIX and Windows Version 7: Enhancements
1.6 DB2 UDB for UNIX and Windows Version 8: Enhancements
1.7 DB2 UDB for UNIX and Windows Version 8.2: Enhancements
1.8 DB2 UDB for UNIX and Windows Version 8.2.2: Enhancements
2 Basic Concepts
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 The SAP DB2 Admin Tools
2.1.2 User Interfaces
2.2 SAP Log File Management
2.2.1 Recovery - The Need for Log Files
2.2.2 Recovering Log Files
2.2.3 Log File Life Cycle (Archive and Restore)
2.2.4 Log File Deletion
2.2.5 Protocols
2.2.6 Raw Device Log Files
2.2.7 Log File States
2.2.8 Special Cases - Non-Standard Behavior of Database Systems
2.3 SAP Security Concept
2.4 Multi-Partitioned Systems
3 Installation and Setup
3.1 Introduction
3.2 SAP System Environment
3.2.1 SAP System Users and Groups
3.2.2 User Environment
3.2.3 Access Authorizations for Admin Tool-Related Directories
3.3 Installing the Admin Tools Manually
3.3.1 Prerequisites for the Admin Tools Installation
3.3.2 General Information
3.3.3 Upgrading the Admin Tools
3.3.4 Installing the Latest Admin Tools
3.3.5 Checking the Admin Tools Environment
3.3.6 Actions Performed by the sddb6ins Program
3.3.7 Special Configurations
3.3.8 Enabling the Database for Rollforward Recovery
Enabling Rollforward Recovery for a Single-Partitioned Database [Page 58]
3.3.8.1 Enabling Rollforward Recovery for a Single-Partitioned Database
3.3.8.2 Enabling Rollforward Recovery for a Multi-Partitioned Database
3.3.9 Deinstalling the Admin Tools
3.4 Installation and Setup of the DB2 Control Center Extensions
3.4.1 Installation of the DB2 Control Center
3.4.2 Installing the DB2 Control Center Extensions
3.4.3 Setting Up the DB2 Control Center
3.4.4 Using the DB2 Control Center Extensions
4 Configuration
4.1 Changing the Admin Tools Configuration
4.1.1 Parameters Affecting Log File Management Storage
4.1.2 Configuring the Admin Tools Using Environment Files
4.2 Configuring the System for Archiving Log Files
4.2.1 Archiving Directly to TSM
4.2.2 Archiving Directly to Disk
4.2.3 Archiving to an Alternative Storage Management Product
4.2.4 Indirect Archiving to Tape
4.2.5 Indirect Archiving to TSM
4.2.6 Indirect Archiving Using a Customer Script
4.3 Configuring TSM (Tivoli Storage Management)
4.3.1 Configuring TSM Files dsm.opt and dsm.sys
4.3.2 Configuring TSM Environment Variables
4.3.3 Configuration Considerations
4.4 DB2 Configuration Parameters
4.5 Disk Space Considerations for Running the Admin Tools
5 Regular Administration
5.1 DB2 Log File Management
5.1.1 Archiving Log Files from Disk to Backend
5.1.2 Deleting Log Files
5.2 Storage Management
5.2.1 Checking the Space Available in a File System
5.2.2 Checking the Space Available in a Tablespace
5.2.3 Checking the Size of Tables and Indexes
5.3 Performance Monitoring
5.3.1 Monitoring Database Performance
5.3.2 Monitoring Dynamic SQL Statements
5.3.3 Updating Statistics for Database Tables and Checking for Reorganization
5.3.4 Job Monitoring
5.4 Database Backup
5.4.1 Backup Considerations
5.4.2 Performing the Backup
5.4.3 Integrity of Backups
5.4.4 Frequency of Backups and Time Required
5.4.5 Advanced Backup Techniques
6 Advanced Tasks
6.1 The db6util Tool
6.2 Setting and Updating Passwords
6.3 Using the Journal in the DB2 Control Center Extensions
6.4 Advanced Log File Management Tasks
6.4.1 Deleting Special Log Files
6.4.2 Deleting Tapes from the Admin DB
6.5 Reorganization of Tables and Tablespaces
6.6 Redirected Restore
6.6.1 Usage of Tool brdb6brt
6.7 Command Line Tasks Using db6clp
6.8 Monitoring Database Alerts
6.9 Monitoring Lock Waits and Deadlocks
6.10 Managing Backups and Logs Archived on TSM
6.11 The db2inidb Tool
6.11.1 db2inidb Option: as mirror
6.11.2 db2inidb Option: as snapshot
6.11.3 db2inidb Option: as standby for Backups
6.11.4 db2inidb Option: as standby for Hot-Standby Database
6.12 Dual Logging
6.13 Adjusting the Content of the Admin DB
7 Emergency Tasks
7.1 SAP Database Recovery
7.2 Log File Restore of the SAP Database
7.3 Recovery of the Admin DB
7.3.1 General Information
7.3.2 Recovery Process
Appendix A: Tool Command Line Parameters
brarchive - Log File Archive Tool
brdb6brt - Redirected Restore Tool
brrestore - Log File Retrieval Tool
db2uext2 - DB2 User Exit
db6adutl - SAP TSM Management Tool
db6util - Tool to Assist Database Administration
dmdb6bkp - Database Backup Tool
dmdb6srp - Update Statistics Tool
dmdb6rts - Table Reorganization Tool
sddb6ins - Admin Tools Installation Program
sddb6mir - Admin DB Creation and Mirror Tool Utility
Appendix B: Troubleshooting
DB2 Traces
DB2 Trace Facility db2trc
DB2 CLI Trace
Admin Tools Traces
Downloading Admin Tool Patches from SAP Service Marketplace
Troubleshooting Admin Tools and Programs
General Troubleshooting Comments
Initial Troubleshooting Steps
Installation (sddb6ins) Troubleshooting
User Exit Troubleshooting
brarchive/brrestore Troubleshooting
DB2 Control Center Extensions Troubleshooting
Collecting Diagnostic Information for SAP Support
Appendix C: Implementation Details
Admin DB Structure
brarchive and brrestore backend Library Architecture
DB2 Control Center Extensions Architecture
Appendix D: Example of File init<DBSID>.db6
File init<DBSID>.db6 on UNIX
Appendix E: Example of Customer Script db6sctsm.smp
Appendix F: References
DB2 UDB for UNIX and Windows V7 - Additional Documentation
DB2 UDB for UNIX and Windows V8 - Additional Documentation
Glossary and Index
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