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Often I get asked how much space does the database take and I end up doing list tablespace and calculating total pages * page size . I tried using the GET_DBSIZE_INFO stored procedure , it doesn’t seem to give the … Continue reading
You need to have the IBM stored procedure SNAP_GET_TBSP_PART select tbsp_name, ((tbsp_used_pages * 100)/tbsp_usable_pages) as percent_full from table(SNAP_GET_TBSP_PART (‘ ‘,-1)) as tabl1 This will show you how much percent full your tablespace is. You can insert the result set into … Continue reading