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Volume 14, Number 13 -- June 11, 2014
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Custom Perspectives In RSE
by Susan Gantner

In my earlier tip, Who Needs Custom Perspectives In RSE?, I described how to create a custom perspective and I also described one scenario when custom perspectives come in handy. I promised to follow that up with another way to use custom perspectives. READ MORE >

Surmounting Identity Column Challenges
by Ted Holt

Using an identity column is a wonderful way to ensure that each row of a table (record of a physical file) has a unique identifier. It sure beats storing the next batch (invoice, transaction, etc.) number in a data area or a one-record database file. Here are a few things to keep in mind when inserting rows (writing records) into a table that has an identity column. READ MORE >



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Admin Alert: Reorganizing IBM i Files To Improve Disk Performance, Part 1
by Joe Hertvik

One of the easiest ways to improve IBM i performance is to make sure all your critical files are reorganized on a regular basis. Files with excessive deleted records take longer to read because each returned record block contains deleted as well as active records. The next two columns, I'll present a template for detecting and reorganizing your most active files to improve disk processing efficiency. READ MORE >


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Mad Dog 21/21: The Show-Me State

Talent Management Programs Depend On Adjustments

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IBM Helps Users Find i Needles in CMOD Haystack

Halcyon Fills the 'Missing Link' with Interactive Job Log Monitoring

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LaserVault Goes SCSI with New Backup Device

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TPM at EnterpriseTech
HP Forges Apollo 6000s For Single Thread, Scale Out Jobs

Mesosphere To Bring Google-Style Cluster Management Mainstream

Fusion-io Doubles Up Flash With Atomic Cards

Fat Xeons Best Accelerated Systems For Option Pricing

Cavium ThunderX ARM Chip Rumbles Into Hyperscale

SGI Scales Up HANA On UV NUMA Systems

Ethernet Switching Sales Soften

Red Hat Finally Gets A Piece Of The HANA Action

HP's First Xeon Superdome Aimed At SAP HANA

The Rise Of Server Upstarts

Google Runs All Software In Containers

Atos Buys Bull To Commercialize HPC, Build Out Cloud

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Custom Perspectives In RSE

Surmounting Identity Column Challenges

Admin Alert: Reorganizing IBM i Files To Improve Disk Performance, Part 1

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