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Related publications
The publications listed in this section are considered particularly suitable for a
more detailed discussion of the topics covered in this redbook.
IBM Redbooks
For information on ordering these publications, see “How to get IBM Redbooks”
on page 493. Note that some of the documents referenced here may be available
in softcopy only.
򐂰 DB2 UDB Performance Expert for Multiplatforms - A Usage Guide,
SG24-6436
򐂰 Database Performance Tuning on AIX, SG24-5511
򐂰 DB2 UDB V7.1 Performance Tuning Guide, SG24-6012
򐂰 The POWER4 Processor Introduction and Tuning Guide, SG24-7041
򐂰 DB2 UDB/WebSphere Performance Tuning Guide, SG24-6417
򐂰 IBM ESS and IBM DB2 UDB Working Together, SG24-6262
򐂰 DB2 UDB’s High Function Business Intelligence in e-business, SG24-6546
򐂰 DB2 UDB Exploitation of the Windows Environment, SG24-6893
򐂰 Scaling DB2 UDB on Windows Server 2003, SG24-7019
򐂰 DB2 Evaluation Guide for Linux and Windows, TIPS-0142
Other publications
These publications are also relevant as further information sources:
򐂰 DB2 UDB What's New Version 8, SC09-4848
򐂰 DB2 UDB Administration Guide: Planning, SC09-4822
򐂰 DB2 UDB Administration Guide: Implementation, SC09-4820
򐂰 DB2 UDB Administration Guide: Performance, SC09-4821
򐂰 DB2 UDB SQL Reference Volume 1, SC09-4844
򐂰 DB2 UDB SQL Reference Volume 2, SC09-4845
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򐂰 Date, C. J., An Introduction to Database Systems, Eighth Edition, Pearson
Addison Wesley Publishing Co., July 2003, 0-321-197844-4
򐂰 IBM Education, “C45 DB2 UDB V8 Performance Tuning and Monitoring
Workshop
򐂰 IBM Education, “CF41 DB2 UDB Advanced Administration Workshop”
򐂰 “DB2 UDB Internals for Administrators”, M. Huras, IDUG Conference
Proceedings, May 2003
򐂰 “DB2 V8 for Linux, Unix and Windows Performance and Tuning”, Christopher
Tsounis, IDUG Conference Proceedings, May 2003
򐂰 “Materialized Query Tables”, W. O’Connell, IDUG Conference Proceedings,
May 2003
򐂰 “New Data Clustering Techniques for Performance: Multidimensional
Clustering”, L. Cranston, IDUG Conference Proceedings, May 2003
򐂰 Gunning, P. K., DB2 UDB V8 Handbook for Windows and UNIX/Linux,
Prentice Hall PTR, August 2003, ISBN 0-130-66111-2
򐂰 “Boosting Query Performance: Multidimensional Clustering”, Bishwaranjan
Bhattacharjee, Leslie Cranston, Tim Malkemus, Sriram Padmanabhan, Q2,
2003
http://www.db2mag.com/homepage.shtml
򐂰 Gulutzan, P. and Pelzer, T., SQL Performance Tuning, AddisonWesley
Publishing Co., September 2002, ISBN 0-201-79169-2
򐂰 “Everything You Wanted to Know About DB2 Universal Database
Processes”, D. Snow and R. F. Chong
http://www7b.software.ibm.com/dmdd/library/techarticle/0304chong/0304chong.
html
򐂰 “Database Technology Leaps Ahead”, P. K. Gunning, Q4, 2002
http://www.db2mag.com/homepage.shtml
򐂰 “Tuning up for OLTP and Data Warehousing”, S. Hayes and P. K. Gunning,
Q4, 2002
http://www.db2mag.com/homepage.shtml
򐂰 “Advanced Performance Diagnostics in DB2 for Unix, Linux and Windows”,
Steve Rees, IBM Data Management Technical Conference Proceedings,
September 2002
򐂰 “Maximize DB2 UDB for Linux, Unix, and Windows Performance -- Eliminate
the Problems”, Melanie Stopfer, IBM Data Management Technical
Conference Proceedings, September 2002

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