i've worked in several shops that use journalling and commitment control
and never had any issues...(there was a very nasty bug in DB2/SMP we hit
but it was on an LF not a keyed PF). in a nutshell i've never seen any
issues with keyed PFs...

Thanks,
Tommy Holden



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Date:
03/11/2008 08:29 AM
Subject:
Re: Why non-keyed PFs back then? Why today? ( was Re: Which of the SYSIBM
tables/views show the row count for )



Tom,

That was the only reason that I remember. I was hoping no one else did
and it could be forgotten. Can anyone out there recall where this has
saved their bacon in the last 10 years?
First, I doubt that I'll get any positive responses. Second, I bet they
are journalling and have suspect backup practices.

Rob Berendt

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