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 Simulating Massively Parallel Database Processing

Partitioning and clustering are the keys to database scalability. You can get started now with low-cost technologies and refute any argument that MPP means massive purchase price. This article shows you how to get DB2 Extended Enterprise Edition (EEE) Version 7.2 running on Linux on your laptop. Then we'll explore how to set up two database partitions on a single computer (known as multiple logical nodes) and create tables partitioned across these nodes.

 (Submitted by Frank Thu Apr 11, 2002 )


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