Patrick,

Is anything happening between the clearing of the file and the second
RUNSQLSTM which repopulates Table1?  Or is Table1 empty when the
constraints get put back?

** No. Table1 is empty.

If Table1 is populated when the constraints are added back, is the size
of Table2 relatively constant or has it increased significantly over
time?

** All files are empty at the time the constraints are added back

Has anything happened over time to increase the number of indexes built
over Table1?

** No. These files are not allowed any more indexes (by design).
** In other words, I'm the only one that works in this library and I
haven't added any indexes.

Regards,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> We have a process that drops the constraints on tables (physical
files),
> clears them with a CLRPFM, and then rebuilds the constraints.
> At first this process took 20 minutes. Now it takes 2 1/2 hours. My
> question is why? or how is this possible?
>
> Here is a small sample:
>
> RUNSQLSTM  SRCFILE(SourceLib/SourceFile) SRCMBR(Member1) +
>              NAMING(*SQL) DFTRDBCOL(DataLib)
>
> CLRPFM     FILE(Table1)
> .
> .
>
> RUNSQLSTM  SRCFILE(SourceLib/SourceFile) SRCMBR(Member2) +
>              NAMING(*SQL) DFTRDBCOL(DataLib)
>


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