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As a stop gap measure, we are using Google's custom search engine service.
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If they are using old legacy applications with DDS-based PFs and LFs, check whether MAINT(*DLY or *REBLD) is specified for any keyed PFs or LFs, versus MAINT(*IMMED).
In the old days, people would tolerate not immediately updating the access paths, to speed batch update processes; then, upon a subsequent open of those files, the access paths would get rebuilt.
This could cause the appearance of "intermittent" delays.
Just saying ...
Mark S. Waterbury
On Thursday, March 30, 2023 at 04:15:08 PM EDT, Mark Murphy <jmarkmurphy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
New info, the slowness was temporary, and not happening any more. They just have someone there who believes that index rebuilds should be normal
maintenance for any database :)
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