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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Determine Maximum amount of System Temp Space Used

    Hello,
    I am running on DB2 9.7 Fixpak 5, and have a process that is using a large amount of temp space. The development team has informed me the process that is using the temp space will only run once per ennvironment. As a temporary workaround I have a temporary file system that should handle the query in the development environment. However, I will need to create this in each subsequent environment. Does anyone know of a way to see the maximum amount of system temp space that has been used? I tried a database and tablespace snapshot and neither of them gave me the data.

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    I think the only way to find this out is to continuously monitor space utilization (unless for some reason you use a DMS tablespace, in which case you can look at the high water mark).

    "db2pd -tab -repeat" is one possibility.
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    "It does not work" is not a valid problem statement.

  3. #3
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I was hoping there was a high-water mark stored for system temp tablespaces somewhere but there does not appear to be one. Easy enough to keep an eye on the old fashioned way.

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