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DSNACCOX (can it be run on 1 db/ts, total completion time)

 
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PostPosted: Sat May 06, 2017 12:59 am    Post subject: DSNACCOX (can it be run on 1 db/ts, total completion time)
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Hi DB2 Experts,

I am involved in a project which uses CA programming tools to develop utilities for z/OS DB2 and IMS. My team is purely into development and nobody has DB2 DBA knowledge. We dont have a DBA to whom we can ask questions.

In my subsequent posts I will explain how we do the development for aiding DB2 operations without the prescence of a DBA. At this time I would be grateful if the experts could help me out on info on DSNACCOX- I am not able to find it in Google.

Is it possible to run DSNACCOX on specific databases / tablespaces rather than the entire DB2 subsystem? (I checked the parameters for DSNACCOX but couldnt find any IN param for DBNAME / DBID e.t.c: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSEPEK_10.0.0/sqlref/src/tpc/db2z_sp_dsnaccox.html however wanted to confirm)

If DSNACCOX executes on all the statistics tables for all databases / tablespaces then typically how long does it take to complete? What are the factors that influence the execution time of DSNACCOX?

I would be grateful if the experts could share their experience on DSNACCOX completion times using which I can decide how to write a program to generate logs during specific phases of DSNACCOX

We have z/OS DB2 v10 (NFM). The size of all our databases is 100 GB (thought the info would be helpful)

Earnestly awaiting helpful pointers.

Thanks & Regards
SRICOBSAS

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2017 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply to: DSNACCOX (can it be run on 1 db/ts, total completion time)
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Hi Nic,

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