db2top -u and db2top -p

Today’s topic is the -u option and its partner, the -p option. You’ll see how they can be combined with the -n option when you need db2top to connect with a user ID and password.

db2top -n

Continuing with the command line options from the last post, we have the -n option that takes one argument which is the node name or instance name. This becomes useful when you want to pass […]

db2top Feature of the Day – Introduction

I am going to start a series of blog posts about the DB2 administration tool db2top. The db2top tool is an attempt to do for DB2 internal processes what the UNIX top command does for […]