I suspect there are some sites out there where a “set-it-and-forget-it” approach is taken for DB2 related performance. Many clients we go into don’t even realize the need for having a DBA. Depending on site size, that may work for a while. I take an active and proactive role in performance for any client I can. There are some nifty...
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