Interesting thought...though I assume you meant BLOB instead of CLOB...
Based on what little I know about how BLOBs are stored and the fact that
the OS backs up large objects faster than a bunch of small ones, I would
expect the answer to be yes.
But I don't know for sure. Might be worthwhile asking IBM about.
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 12:40 AM, Roger Harman <roger_harman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
After reading a number of posts over time about slow IFS save issues, I was
Would there be any benefit to saving them as CLOB's in a table instead of
I have no experience whatsoever with this but just wondering what are the
pro's & con's and if anyone has tried it.
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