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How efficiently does iSeries DB2 use index with WHERE <>?

MS SQL dev here, this is my first attempt to optimize a DB2 query on iSeries. I was asked to help improve a huge query which consists entirely of dozens of joined subselects. Some of those subselects ...
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SQL Index order and performance based on cardinality and data

I've been working quite a bit on a query that's not operating very efficiently on a DB2 database. The thing will return up to 30k rows or so and take up to 10 seconds. I've been working on getting ...
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db INDEX on ORDER BY FIELD in very simple query does not help - still slow response?

I have very simple query which returns 200K records very slow (20 seconds). SELECT * FROM TABLE ORDER BY ID DESC If I do just SELECT * FROM TABLE it returns quick result. I created INDEX on ...
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Should indexes automatically be placed into their own bufferpool?

We work with DB2 LUW (specifically we are currently on 9.7 FP4) running on AIX. Per best practices from IBM, they recommend that when you build a table, you place the data, the indexes, and LOBs/LONG ...
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Analyzing TCB Index Status for DB2

The Following is the TCB index that I could get using a command for my DB2 database. I don't know how to analyze it. Which columns are important? What do they mean? TCB Index Stats: Address ...