I search for a possibility to see all current running SQLs. Currently we use the Iseries Navigator which has a list of "active jobs". But you can't see here the SQL which is running currently and no status about this.
From MySQL I know that they have a tasklist where you can easily observe the current queries including username, needed time (increasing) and status (locked, write to temp table, sorting..) In background this tasklist is the sql command "show processlist".
Does anyone one such a tool or view for DB2?
Or how do you observe what is going on currently on the DB2 (exspecially SQL queris)?
are the views of sysibmadm available in i/series ?
these might give the information as in luw
Best Regards, Guy Przytula
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