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Author Osuna, Alex,
Title Using IBM DB2 UDB with IBM System Storage N series [electronic resource] / Osuna, Alex.
Imprint IBM Redbooks, 2006.

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Author Osuna, Alex,
Subject IBM Database 2.
Database management.
Electronic data processing -- Backup processing alternatives.
Storage area networks (Computer networks)
Storage area networks.
Alt Name Lal, Jawarhar,
Sanders, Roger,
Brumer, Jeremy,
Safari, an O'Reilly Media Company.
Description 1 online resource (130 pages)
Summary Database cloning is the process by which you create an exact copy of a DB2 database, either by physically copying the data or by performing what is known as a redirected restore. Database cloning is performed frequently by database administrators to provide near-production data for various business needs such as application development, QA testing, and report generation. Traditional methods of cloning a database pose various challenges, including system downtime and degraded system performance during the cloning process. Additionally, a large amount of storage space is required to store each clone. Furthermore, the maintenance overhead can be enormous if each cloned database requires a frequent data refresh. This IBM Redbooks publication describes the process used to create a clone of an IBM DB2 UDB database using FlexClone technology. This book also covers creating a database clone on a disaster recovery site that has replicated data using Data ONTAP SnapMirror technology.
Note 2006
Issued By Made available through: Safari, an O'Reilly Media Company.
Note Online resource; Title from title page (viewed December 18, 2006)
ISBN 0738496820
ISBN/ISSN SG24732300
OCLC # 1192526989

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