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  1. #1
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    May 2012
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    Unanswered: Total, Usable, Used

    Hallo everyone,

    I havent understand how db2 or dba determines these 3 variables:
    TOTAL
    USABLE
    USED

    I have an example of a table space:

    Code:
    Total (GB)	Usable (GB)	Used (GB)	Free (GB)	HighWatermark (GB)
     78,34   	 78,34   	 15,54   	   62,80   	   18,69
    If I am not mistake, the high water mark is the "last" size, which data has ever reached to. In this case, we have 18,69 GB as high water mark.

    My question:
    Who decides the total pages/GBs a table space initially gets?

    I have found some documentations regarding size of a table space:
    "The maximum size of a table space depends on the page size used in that table space". But I think, this has nothing to do with this concrete example.

    Thank you very much for the helps.

    Regards,

    Ratna

  2. #2
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    Provided Answers: 11
    most info is available here :
    Automatic re-sizing of DMS table spaces
    max size is the max nbr of pages that can be allocated in ts of this page size : see limits in infocenter..
    high watermark has todo with location in ts where pages have been allocated (see doc)
    all can be adjusted/resized/reset : see also doc depending on version and platform.. (not indicated over here)
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