It is important that you understand how and when DB2 allocates and utilizes its memory to enable you to design and set up your applications optimally so they won’t interfere with the database on the server.
In this chapter you will learn about:
How and when DB2 allocates memory
DB2’s use of shared and private memory
DB2 allocates memory for three different types of operations.
Instance-level operations: DB2 allocates memory for instance-level operations such as accepting connection requests, for starting up support to activate a database, and for interpartition communication if you have a multi-partition system. This is known as instance-level shared memory since it is shared by ...