Category: General e-commerce

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Quick Hit Tips – CPUSPEED, RESTRICTIVE, and DB2_WORKLOAD

Today we are going to talk about some random DB2 features that can’t stand in a blog of their own, but are worth discussing nonetheless. These are tidbits I had discovered during “DB2’s Got Talent” presentations, IDUG conferences, or “Hey, look what I discovered” moments. CPUSPEED (Database Management Configuration) You blow past this setting every time you execute “db2 get...

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Transaction Logging Details

Transaction log files are one of the core strengths of a DBMS, if you ask me. The ‘D’ in ACID refers to ‘Durability’. What Durability means is that once a transaction is committed, it is not lost, even if the database crashes or the server it is on has to be restarted. Transaction Logging in DB2 DB2 writes transactions to...

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New WCS Troubleshooting Webcast from IBM

This post is specific to WebSphere Commerce. I’m usually pretty critical of the IBM webcasts about WebSphere Commerce. There have been some pretty bad or incomplete ones in relation to WebSphere Commerce databases(“run dbclean” is the most frustrating, general advice ever). So I went into the one I listened to on Tuesday with low expectations. When billable hours are on...