CL2X2G DB2 9 Database Administration Workshop for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

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Durata 4 Giorni
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A continuazione troverai il programma di questo corso disegnato per migliorare le tue competenze e permetterti di realizzare gli obiettivi stabiliti.
This course is designed to teach you how to perform database administration tasks using DB2 9. These tasks include creating DB2 instances, creating and populating databases, and using logical design to support concurrency and recovery requirements. New features, such as range partitioning, data row compression, and pure XML (native XML storage) will be introduced. Hands-on exercises provide an option of using either an AIX, Linux, or Windows operating system.

Dove e quando
Inizio Luogo
Via Cassanese, 224, Palazzo Mantegna, Scala A, 20090, Milano, Italia
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Inizio Consultare
Via Cassanese, 224, Palazzo Mantegna, Scala A, 20090, Milano, Italia
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Cosa impari in questo corso?



Il centro presenta a continuazione il programma pensato per migliorare le tue competenze e permetterti di realizzare gli obiettivi stabiliti. Nel corso della formazione si alterneranno differenti moduli che ti permetteranno di acquisire le conoscenze sulle differenti tematiche proposte. Inscriviti per poter accedere alle seguenti materie.

  • Contrast the DB2 Family of products
  • Identify the DB2 Products
  • Describe the functions of DB2 components
  • Explore installation and parameters
  • Use the Command Line Processor
  • Explore the GUI environment
  • Describe the DAS role with GUI tools
  • Specify the key features of an Instance
  • Create and drop an Instance
  • Use db2start and db2stop
  • Distinguish between types of configuration
  • Describe and modify the Database Manager Configuration
  • Review specifics of creating a database
  • Explore the System Catalog tables and views
  • Compare DMS versus SMS table spaces
  • Describe how to setup and manage a DB2 database with Automatic Storage enabled
  • Differentiate between table spaces, containers, extents, and pages
  • Define table spaces
  • Use the get snapshot for tablespaces command to display table space statistics
  • Explore Database configuration parameters
  • List DB2 object hierarchy and physical directories and files
  • Create the following objects:  Schema, Table, View, Alias, Index
  • Explore the use of table partitioning
  • Review the use of Temporary Tables
  • Explore the use and implementation of Check Constraints, Referential Integrity and Triggers
  • Exploring the need for and the use of Large Objects
  • Recognize XML and its native store as critical infrastructure for emerging technologies
  • Discuss the INSERT statement and recognize its limitations
  • Explain the differences between IMPORT and LOAD
  • Explain the EXPORT, IMPORT, and LOAD syntax
  • Create and use Exception Tables and Dump-Files
  • Distinguish and resolve Table States: Load Pending and Set Integrity Pending
  • Use the SET INTEGRITY command
  • Discuss the db2move and db2look commands
  • Describe the major principles and methods for backup and recovery
  • State the three types of recovery used by DB2
  • Explain the importance of logging for backup and recovery
  • Describe how data logging takes place, including circular logging and archival logging
  • Use the BACKUP, RESTORE, and ROLLFORWARD commands
  • Perform a table space backup and recovery
  • Restore a database to the end of logs or to a point-in-time
  • Discuss the configuration parameters and the recovery history file and use these to handle various backup and recovery scenarios
  • Explain why locking is needed
  • List objects that can be locked
  • Describe and discuss the various lock modes and their compatibility
  • Explain four different levels of data protection
  • Set isolation level and lock time out for current activity
  • Explain lock conversion and escalation
  • Describe the situation that causes deadlocks
  • Collect information for problem analysis and resolution
  • Use error logs for basic problem analysis
  • Describe four types of monitors: Snapshot Monitor, Event Monitor, Activity Monitor, and Health Monitor
  • Describe the function of EXPLAIN and use this facility to assist basic analysis
  • Use a series of basic commands to better work with connections and sessions
  • Retrieve statistics and other information from a running DB2 instance
  • Use RUNSTATS, REORGCHK, and REORG to resolve application performance problems
  • Use DB2 access control mechanisms to implement security within the database
  • Use group IDs to create a control hierarchy
  • Describe Label Based Access Control (LBAC)
  • Describe privileges within a database
  • Describe privileges required for binding and executing a package
  • Describe the difference between explicit privileges and implicit privileges
  • Describe the different DB2 authorization levels

  • Welcome
  • Unit 1 - Overview of DB2 on Linux, UNIX and Windows
  • Lab 1 (Starting your lab environment)
  • Unit 2 - Command Line Processor (CLP) and GUI usage
  • Lab 2 (DB2 CLP usage)
  • Unit 3 - The DB2 environment
  • Lab 3 (Create an instance and explore the environment)
  • Unit 4 - Creating databases and data placement
  • Lab 4 (Creating databases and data placement)
  • Unit 5 - Creating database objects
  • Lab 5 (Create objects)
  • Unit 6 - Moving data
  • Lab 6 (Moving data)
  • Unit 7 - Backup and recovery
  • Lab 7 (Backup and recovery)
  • Unit 8 - Locking and concurrency
  • Lab 8 (Investigating DB2 locking)
  • Unit 9 - Problem determination
  • Lab 9 (Problem determination)
  • Unit 10 - Security
  • Lab 10 (Security)

Each participant will have a station set up with operating systems and software needed for the exercises.

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