From Peter Bradford @scend we have:
#1 We made requests for enhancements (RFEs) public!
#2: DB2 Developer-C! All DB2 features, free for development, a MySQL substitute! Download 6/22
#3: The new “Download & Go” installation experience, available with Developer-C Download 6/2. Download a platform specific binary. Small download, less than 15 minutes to install. Install reduced to 3 clicks and User/Password input only.
#4: We will support DB2 V11 on Solaris Sparc later this year with our V126.96.36.199 release, by 12/15/17 (if not sooner)
#5: New “Continuous Support” offering for customers on DB2 V9.7 and V10.1!
How To and Workaround assistance, no new defect fixes
This still provides existing fixed but no new custom special builds or codes fixed
If you have questions contact
Twitter: @db2support or https://twitter.com/db2_support
When transporting schemas via a restore if the instance owner does not have permission to bind then no objects are transfered.
Since DB2 V9.7, the user who restores the database by default is not granted with SYSADM and DBA authority after the database is restored. If the user happens to be different from the instance user in the source database, this will cause an issue like this.
The solution is db2set DB2_RESTORE_GRANT_ADMIN_AUTHORITIES=YES then run the restore again.
INSERT could be slowed down by latch contention in “Adding Index Key” operations
Database product installation FAQ update to include Cancun http://www.smooth1.co.uk/installs/dbinstalls.html.
Also Cancun New Features document started http://www.smooth1.co.uk/db2/cancun.html
Database product installation FAQ http://www.smooth1.co.uk/installs.html
Currently SQL Server,DB2 10.5,Oracle 188.8.131.52,SAP ASE 16.0,Informix 12.10.FC4
Top Ten Performance Features of DB2 1LUW 0.1 and 10.5 – http://www.idug.org/p/bl/et/blogid=19&blogaid=229