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    Unanswered: Cachedyn

    What are DSNZPARMS? Are they applicable to db2 on unix / nt or is it just os390 db2?

    A developer referred me to a link that reccomended setting CACHEDYN=YES in the dsnzparms, but I have not come across those during any db2 install and wondered if anyone knew what this was.


    Thanks

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    Re: Cachedyn

    DSNZPARMS are the parameters for the DB2 Subsystem (similar to dbm cfg and db cfg on UWO) on OS/390 ....

    Your package cache on Unix/NT should do the job ...

    HTH

    Cheers

    Sathyaram

    Originally posted by akratz
    What are DSNZPARMS? Are they applicable to db2 on unix / nt or is it just os390 db2?

    A developer referred me to a link that reccomended setting CACHEDYN=YES in the dsnzparms, but I have not come across those during any db2 install and wondered if anyone knew what this was.


    Thanks

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