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Introduction to the Teradata® RDBMS for UNIX® Version 2 Release 2.1 - NCR

NCR Introduction to the Teradata® RDBMS for UNIX® Version 2 Release 2.1 - NCR, 1998. - 315 p.
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Introduction..................................................12-1

Space Allocation..............................................12-1

Accounting....................................................12-1

Monitoring....................................................12-1

Space Allocation: Databases and Users.............................12-2

Introduction..................................................12-2

Creating Databases and Users..................................12-2

Scenario: Creating Finance and Administration Databases ... 12-2

Creating Databases............................................12-4

Creating Users................................................12-6

Accounting........................................................12-7

Introduction..................................................12-7

Session Management................................................12-8

Introduction..................................................12-8

Establishing a Session........................................12-8

Logon Parameters..............................................12-8

Session Requests..............................................12-8

Account Usage.....................................................12-9

Introduction..................................................12-9

Account String Expansion......................................12-9

Substitution Variables for ASE................................12-9

Example.......................................................12-9

Account Performance Groups...................................12-10

Monitoring.......................................................12-11

Introduction.................................................12-11

Teradata Manager.............................................12-11

System and Configuration Status..................................12-12

Resource Usage...................................................12-13

Introduction.................................................12-13

ResUsage Data................................................12-13

ResUsage Macros..............................................12-13

ResUsage Data Categories.....................................12-13

ResUsage Data in Summarization Mode..........................12-14

ResUsage Column Categories...................................12-15

Controlling the Collection and Logging of ResUsage Data.. 12-17

Rules for Sampling Intervals.................................12-18

ResUsage Collection Modes....................................12-19

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Performance Monitoring....................................12-20

Introduction..........................................12-20

The TDPTMON...........................................12-20

System Management Facility............................12-20

The PM/API............................................12-20

Monitoring Performance................................12-21

Gateway Control Utility...............................12-21

System Utility Software...................................12-22

For More Information......................................12-24

Chapter 13

Operating and Configuration Specifications

About This Chapter................................................13-1

Introduction..................................................13-1

Performance......................................................13-2

Introduction..................................................13-2

Scalability...................................................13-2

Database Capacities.............................................13-3

Introduction..................................................13-3

Teradata RDBMS Capacities.....................................13-3

IBM Channel-Attached Client Requirements..........................13-4

Introduction..................................................13-4

Supported Environments........................................13-4

Network-Attached Client Requirements............................13-5

Introduction..................................................13-5

Supported Software Environments...............................13-5

For More Information..............................................13-6

Appendix A

How the Teradata RDBMS for UNIX Differs from the Teradata RDBMS for TOS

About This Appendix...............................................A-1

Teradata RDBMS for UNIX Differences...............................A-2

Open System with Less Dependence on Hardware..................A-2

Additional Specific Improvements..................................A-3

Improved Performance and Added Features.......................A-3

Increased Number of Hash Buckets..............................A-3

Enhanced Row Evaluation.......................................A-4

File System Improvements......................................A-4
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