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Message Posted: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 @ 14:36:16 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: Controller for DBC
 
From:   Judge, James A

Absolutely true that you cannot create tables and macros in DBC. Best practice is to create a "superuser" under DBC (e.g. SYSDBA) and create all customer databases and users under superuser.

The database DBC gets refreshed/updated as a matter of practice during major release level upgrades. What if your tablename, macroname was a name that is now required by the next database release; that could cause major administrative re-work for you.

System/user resource usage and capacity tables in the DBC tend to have "custom" physical design attributes for performance per AMP (UofP). A best practice is to create a "historical" image of "trending", "performance" tables in another administrative database where space optimization can be applied to tables (like NO FALLBACK and multi-value compression). This allows you to save 50-80% space consumption by these history tables and also make them more "user friendly" (as in joins to reference tables).



     
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