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The DB2Night Show #20: DB2 LUW REDISTRIBUTE with Ergin Babani, IBM

June 4, 2010, 2:55 pm
Posted by Scott in DB2 LUW
In our 20th show, we were joined by special guest Ergin Babani, IBM Developer, Continuing Engineering Team. Ergin shared with us tips and best practices for using DB2 REDISTRIBUTE. During our lively Q&A session, we were joined by Katherine Kurtz, IBM, on the IBM Smart Analytics Systems Best Practices team. Learn more about DB2 REDISTRIBUTE best practices...
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Episode 20, 2010 June 4, DB2 LUW REDISTRIBUTE with Ergin Babani, IBM

During the Q&A period, Kate Kurtz mentioned a best practices paper on data skew and REDISTRIBUTE. Here is the URL:

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