On this screen, specify
the database backup options.
The Database user access
choices help you specify the state of the database during the
If you choose to
and transaction logs are enabled, a "hot" or
online backup is performed. This option allows the backup to
proceed while users execute transactions. This option is equivalent
to the ONLINE option of the DB2 BACKUP command.
If this option is
selected and DB2 is not configured for online backups, then an
offline backup is attempted.
The works with the DB2 database version is 8.1 or later.
If you choose this option and have an appropriate DB2 version,
NetBackup terminates all connections to the database are before it
performs the backup. This setting is equivalent to the DB2 QUIESCE DATABASE command.
If the database version
is earlier than 8.1, this option has no effect, and NetBackup
attempts an offline backup.
To enforce an offline
backup, you can choose to . If you select this option,
NetBackup attempts a "cold" or offline backup. The backup fails if
any users are connected.
In the Backup performance
box, specify the parameters for the backup. The fields in this box
require either a default value or an entered value to continue.
For , enter a value from 1 to 32. This
value specifies the number of sessions or backup streams for the
For , enter a value from 1 to 1024.
This value specifies the number of DB2 concurrent processes that
are used to read tablespaces.
For , enter a value from 2 to 16384. The
minimum value for this parameter should be equal to twice the value
that you specified in the
For , enter a value from 8 to 524228.
The value is the number of 4-KB pages that are used to buffer data.
The total buffer size is the buffer value multiplied by 4096.
The button takes you back to the screen. Click only if you want to reset the
to the default
settings or to the settings of an existing template. All entries on
the screen are
reset if you click .
Click to continue.