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Defy Murphy's Law with DB2 Backup and Restore

Data loss and corruption are unfortunate realities that you need to guard against proactively. DB2's built-in backup and recovery features can recover your critical data from such calamities. This 10-Minute Solution explains and demonstrates DB2 backup and restore.


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urphy's Law states that if something can go wrong, it will. It is comforting to know that you can guard against at least some calamities. In the case of IBM® DB2® Universal Database, the mere notion of your database data being deleted or somehow corrupted might cause some sleepless nights. Thankfully, DB2 has built-in features for performing backups of your precious data. This 10-Minute Solution explains and demonstrates these features, which give you at least one less thing to worry about.

Requirements: The instructions in this 10-Minute Solution assume that you have a user on your machine named db2admin with a password of db2admin and the appropriate privileges: SYSADM, SYSCTRL, and SYSMAINT.



How do I ensure that the critical data stored in my DB2 database isn't lost forever when data loss or corruption occurs?



Use DB2's built-in backup and recovery features to recover critical data from loss or corruption.



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