How to get the DB2 database free space?

22 July,2014 by Jack Vamvas

Question: Where can I find information for the DB2 database free space with automatic storage in use   ?

Answer:  You can view various DB2 database status information via the GET SNAPSHOT command. For database free space follow these steps

Step 1)      Logon with db2<sid> user.

 

Step 2)  Connect to the database

          db2 connect to <dbsid> 

Step 3) Execute this command to get the DB snapshot

        db2 get snapshot for database on <dbsid> > /tmp/db_snapshot.txt

 

In the output file, you will find entries like below:

 

Number of automatic storage paths          =   

Automatic storage path                           =   

      Node number                                    =  

      State                                                = 

      File system ID                                   = 

      Storage path free space (bytes)          = 

      File system used space (bytes)          = 

      File system total space (bytes)           =


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Author: Jack Vamvas(http://www.dba-db2.com)

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