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High Availability and Disaster Recovery Options for DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows by Karol Zimnol, Marko Vrhovnik, Klaus Subtil, Mohamed Soliman, Jan Nelken, Anas Mosaad, Marcin Marczewski, Michael Loster, Adrian Kalicki, Ciaran De Buitlear, Stanislaw Bartkowski

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HADR monitoring
Monitoring is a part of setting up and maintaining a high availability disaster recovery (HADR) setup. The DB2 monitoring interfaces provide a detailed picture of the configuration and health of a HADR environment.
This chapter describes two methods of acquiring the status of a HADR environment: the db2pd command and the MON_GET_HADR table function.
This chapter covers the following topics:
8.1 Introduction to HADR ...

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