I am using DB2 (EE) 9.1 over RHEL 4.0. I would like to know the size of my database. Can anyone tell me the query to fire against catalog tables which will display complete database size, logs size, tablespace size ????
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in version 9, we have a stored procedure named getdbsize\get_dbsize.....something of this kind, dont know the exact name for thr SP. i doubt if this SP is there in v8.
u can call this SP to find the db size