Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Graphical User Interface Guide 5.0 RU3 - Linux for IBM Power

Article:DOC3051  |  Created: 2010-09-23  |  Updated: 2010-09-23  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3051
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Description



Table of Contents:
Technical Support
1. Using the VERITAS Storage Foundation for DB2 graphical user interface
About GUI components
About GUI functions
Using Veritas Enterprise Administrator Service
Adding users to the Veritas Enterprise Administrator
Removing users from the Veritas Enterprise Administrator
Starting the Veritas Enterprise Administrator Service
Shutting down the Veritas Enterprise Administrator Service
Starting the DBED agent
Stopping the DBED agent
Opening and closing the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 GUI
Opening the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Java GUI from a UNIX client
Opening the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Java GUI from a Windows client
Opening the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Web GUI
Closing the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Java GUI
Closing the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Web GUI
Performing tasks in the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 Java GUI
Accessing database management tasks in the Java GUI
Accessing clone database tasks in the Java GUI
Accessing Storage Checkpoint tasks in the Java GUI
Accessing FlashSnap tasks in the Java GUI
Accessing tiered storage tasks in the Java GUI
Accessing scheduled tasks in the Java GUI
Accessing system maintenance tasks in the Java GUI
Performing tasks in the Storage Foundation for DB2 Web GUI
Accessing database management tasks in the Web GUI
Accessing database tasks in the Web GUI
Accessing system maintenance tasks in the Web GUI
2. Managing your database
Database management tasks in the Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 GUI
Controlling fragmentation
Fragmentation utilities in VxFS
Types of fragmentation
Starting a DB2 instance
Creating a DB2 snapshot database
Unmounting a DB2 snapshot database
Shutting down a DB2 instance
Restarting a DB2 instance
3. Using a clone database
Creating a clone database
Creating a clone database using Checkpoints
Creating a clone database using Database FlashSnap
Creating a new snapplan for a clone database
Validating or modifying a snapplan for a clone database
Creating snapshot for a clone database
Start up snapshot for a clone database
Create snapshot for clone database
Removing a clone database
Removing a Storage Checkpoint clone database
Removing a database snapshot clone database
4. Managing Storage Checkpoints
About Storage Checkpoints
Creating a Storage Checkpoint
Viewing Storage Checkpoint details
Mounting a Storage Checkpoint
Unmounting a Storage Checkpoint
Removing a Storage Checkpoint
Rolling back to a Storage Checkpoint
Rolling back to a Storage Checkpoint
Rolling back the database to a Storage Checkpoint
Rolling back datafiles to a Storage Checkpoint
Rolling back datafiles to a Storage Checkpoint
5. Managing snapshots using Database FlashSnap
Database FlashSnap in the GUI
Creating a snapplan
Validating or modifying a snapplan
Removing a snapplan
Creating a snapshot
Creating a clone database with a snapshot
Resynchronizing a snapshot to a database
Resynchronizing a database to a snapshot
Aborting the reverse resychronization operation
Viewing the snapplan log
6. Tiering storage for databases
About Database Dynamic Storage Tiering in the GUI
Setting up Database Dynamic Storage Tiering parameters
Setting up Database Dynamic Storage Tiering parameters
Identifying tiered storage directories
Classifying volumes
Setting automatic policies for Database Dynamic Storage Tiering
Listing policies
Presetting policy for a directory
Presetting policy for SMS tablespace
Presetting policy for automatic storage path
Setting archive1/archive 2 policy
Setting external files policy
Moving volumes and files
Moving tablespaces
Moving containers
Getting reports for Database Dynamic Storage Tiering
Showing activities
Showing volume usage
Starting and stopping datafile statistics collection
Showing statistics chart
7. Automating database tasks
About automating tasks using the Java GUI scheduler
Adding a scheduled task
Viewing scheduled jobs
Modifying a scheduled job task
Automating creation of a database checkpoint
Automating creation of a database snapshot
Automating cloning of a database using a checkpoint
Automating cloning of a database using FlashSnap
Set the schedule parameters for an automated task
8. Maintaining your system configuration
System configuration maintenance
Resynchronizing the SFDB repository
Rescanning the instance
Displaying and rescanning tablespace information
Viewing Storage Mapping
Viewing I/O statistics
Converting regular containers to Quick I/O Files
Converting Quick I/O files to regular containers
Updating rescan intervals
Checking your system configuration
Saving the system configuration
A. Veritas Database FlashSnap status information
Obtaining database FlashSnap snapshot status and database status from the GUI
Database FlashSnap snapshot status details
Snapshot database status details
B. Accessibility and Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2
About Veritas Storage Foundation for DB2 accessibility
Keyboard conventions
Keyboard navigation in the GUI
Keyboard navigation and shortcuts in Veritas Storage foundation for DB2
General keyboard navigation within the GUI
Keyboard shortcuts
Keyboard navigation
Menu hot keys
Support for accessibility settings and assistive technologies
Index

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