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The DB2Night Show #16: Autonomic Memory & STMM Updates, Adam Storm, IBM

April 9, 2010, 11:58 am
Posted by Scott in DB2 LUW
In our 16th show, we talked about DB2 LUW Autonomic Memory and the Self Tuning Memory Manager (STMM). Our special guest was Adam Storm, Software Developer, DB2 Kernel Development, from the IBM Toronto Lab. Adam did a great job on updating us about Autonomic Memory and STMM, and he fielded some excellent questions too. Watch and listen...
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Episode 16, 2010 Apr 9, DB2 LUW Autonomic Memory and STMM Updates with guest Adam Storm, IBM Toronto

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