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Hi All,

Can anyone tell me, at what are all conditions, we can usually go for drop and recreate the tablespce.?
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Different reasons - one is to change the page size.
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Thanks much, is that like we need to change the parameters like PCTFREE AND FREEPAGE while creating tablespace.

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Thanks much, is that like we need to change the parameters like PCTFREE AND FREEPAGE while creating tablespace.

Correct me ,if i am wrong.
You need to specify which DB2 version and operating system. There are multiple DB2 products for various platforms and they are not the same with regard to tablespaces.
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Db2 version 9 and Z/OS .
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You can specify PCTFREE and FREEPAGE when creating a tablespace and after it has been created. See:

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Thanks, it help me lot
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