The -b option allows you to run db2top in “background mode”. In today’s post, we will examine what it means to run db2top in background mode and sample the various sub-options that let you customize […]
In today’s post, I look at using the -i option to control the rate at which db2top issues snapshots.
Today we’ll examine the -V option. This is a useful option when you need to run explains of statements that don’t qualify the schema of the tables they access.
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.