I am going to assume she is talking about software HA data mirroring in
this response. The LF will exist on your target machine, and any changes
to it are replicated. However, data is not, and does not need to be.
Since the logical exists on the target machine, any changes made to the PF
data, will be automatically managed by DB2 on the target side, just like it
is on the source side.

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donna lester wrote:
If you are mirroring the physical file, will its logical files also
get mirrored automatically?

Are you talking about hardware mirroring or some kind of software HA
data mirroring?

AFAIK, hardware mirroring is at the drive level not the object level.


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