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How can i generate Data / Index Space Report  i am on db29.5/aix
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by:Kdo
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Hi Sam,

DB2 for Z/OS has such a report as one of its standard tools, but I'm not aware of it being ported to UDB/LUW.

What are you trying to see in the report?


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by:sam2929
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Looking for
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Tablespaces with less than 15% free!!!!!!!!! and more then 15% free
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TABLESPACE_ID TABLESPACE_NAME    USEABLE_PAGES USED_PAGES  FREE_PAGES  PCT_FULL    TS_LIMIT
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From the CLP, run

  LIST TABLESPACES SHOW DETAIL


Will that suffice?


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by:sam2929
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Hi Kent,
How can i get how much free space we have from imformation below(DATA_01) .

 Tablespace ID                        = 8
 Name                                 = DATA_01
 Type                                 = Database managed space
 Contents                             = All permanent data. Regular table space.
 State                                = 0x0000
   Detailed explanation:
     Normal
 Total pages                          = 2613248
 Useable pages                        = 2613096
 Used pages                           = 1524132
 Free pages                           = 1088964
 High water mark (pages)              = 2479236
 Page size (bytes)                    = 32768
 Extent size (pages)                  = 12
 Prefetch size (pages)                = 12
 Number of containers                 = 8

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The Free Page count is 1,088,964 and the page size is 32,768.

That means that there is at least 32GB free in the tablespace.


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select DBPARTITIONNUM, substr(TBSP_NAME ,1,30) name, TBSP_ID, TBSP_PAGE_SIZE, TBSP_TYPE type, TBSP_CONTENT_TYPE cont_type, TBSP_TOTAL_SIZE_KB tot_kb, TBSP_USABLE_SIZE_KB usable_kb, TBSP_USED_SIZE_KB used_kb , TBSP_FREE_SIZE_KB free_kb, TBSP_UTILIZATION_PERCENT util_perc from SYSIBMADM.TBSP_UTILIZATION ;

You can put a case statement to get the maximum limit allowed for a particular page_size or use  FS_TOTAL_SIZE_KB of SYSIBMADM.CONTAINER_UTILIZATION or FS_TOTAL_SIZE of SYSIBMADM.SNAPCONTAINER to get how much space is available in the particular FS/container

The following views would provide most of the details you are interested

db2 "describe table SYSIBMADM.TBSP_UTILIZATION"

db2 "describe table SYSIBMADM.CONTAINER_UTILIZATION"

 db2 "describe table SYSIBMADM.SNAPCONTAINER"
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by:sam2929
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Below shows that 32gb is free  and how can i see how much space is allocated to DATA_01

Tablespace ID                        = 8
 Name                                 = DATA_01
 Type                                 = Database managed space
 Contents                             = All permanent data. Regular table space.
 State                                = 0x0000
   Detailed explanation:
     Normal
 Total pages                          = 2613248
 Useable pages                        = 2613096
 Used pages                           = 1524132
 Free pages                           = 1088964
 High water mark (pages)              = 2479236
 Page size (bytes)                    = 32768
 Extent size (pages)                  = 12
 Prefetch size (pages)                = 12
 Number of containers                 = 8

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Hi Sam,

  ((Total pages) * (Page size))

That should give you the total amount of storage assigned to that tablespace.

So in this case, 2.6M * 32K, or about 80GB.


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