IBM - CL211 - DB2 9 Database Administration Workshop for Unix

CCyD - Centro de Capacitación y Desarrollo
En Buenos Aires

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  • Capacitación
  • Buenos aires
  • Duración:
    4 Días

Administer a DB2 database system using commands and GUI tools. Manage System Managed Storage (SMS) and Database Managed Storage (DMS) databases and apply data placement principles. Implement a given logical database design using DB2 to support integrity and concurrency requirements. List and describe the components of DB2. Define a DB2 recovery strategy and perform the tasks necessary to support the strategy. Use autonomic features of DB2. Implement DB2 security.
Dirigido a: This is an intermediate course for system administrators, database administrators, and technical personnel involved in planning, implementing, and maintaining DB2 databases

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5L System Administration I: Implementation (AU140) (AU14G) or AIX 5L System Admin I: Implementation (self-paced virtual class) (A14Q1) or AIX 5L Admin Suite (two self-paced virtual classes) (QPKA2) or have equivalent knowledge of AIX or UNIX functions DB2 SQL Workshop (CF120) (CF12G (CE120 (CE120G) or DB2 SQL Workshop (self-paced virtual class) (C12A1) or DB2 SQL Workshop - (Instructor Led OnLine) (3E120) (3E12G) or have equivalent knowledge of SQL basic


Overview of DB2 9 on Linux, UNIX and Windows:
Contrast the DB2 Family of products
Identify the DB2 Products
Describe the functions of DB2 components
Explore installation and parameters
Command Line Processor (CLP) and Graphical User Interface (GUI) usage
Use the Command Line Processor
Explore the GUI environment
Describe the DAS role with GUI tools
The DB2 environment
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
Creating databases and data placement
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
Creating database objects
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
Moving data
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
Backup and recovery
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
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
Locking and concurrency
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
Problem determination
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 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 levelss
Day 1
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)
Day 2
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)
Day 3
Unit 7 - Backup and recovery
Lab 7 (Backup and recovery)
Unit 8 - Locking and concurrency
Lab 8 (Investigating DB2 locking)
Day 4
Unit 9 - Problem determination
Lab 9 (Problem determination)
Unit 10 - Security
Lab 10 (Security)