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Occasionally, there are times when you need to define or change the starting point of replication for tools like IBM Infosphere Data Replication or other 3rd party tools that use the Asynchronous Log Reader (ALR) code to parse the DB2 transaction logs. That usually requires have the starting LSN (Log Sequence Number) or LRI (Log Record Identifier) value. The LRI value is composed of the LFS (Log File Sequence) and the LSN values. There is a tool (db2logsForRfwd) in DB2 that uses the tablespace change history file (DB2TSCHG.HIS) in the database directory to determine what logs affect a particular tablespace. That history file allows db2 to skip log files during tablespace rollforward operations and only rerieve the ones that affect the tablespace(s) that were restored. One of the features of the records that db2logsForRfwd parses and outputs is the Starting and Ending LFS/LSN values for each transaction log. (Source: www.ibm.com)

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Occasionally, there are times when you need to define or change the starting point of replication for tools like IBM Infosphere Data Replication or other 3rd party tools that use the Asynchronous Log Reader (ALR) code to parse the DB2 transaction logs. That usually requires have the starting LSN (Log Sequence Number) or LRI (Log Record Identifier) value. The LRI value is composed of the LFS (Log File Sequence) and the LSN values. There is a tool (db2logsForRfwd) in DB2 that uses the tablespace change history file (DB2TSCHG.HIS) in the database directory to determine what logs affect a particular tablespace. That history file allows db2 to skip log files during tablespace rollforward operations and only rerieve the ones that affect the tablespace(s) that were restored. One of the features of the records that db2logsForRfwd parses and outputs is the Starting and Ending LFS/LSN values for each transaction log.

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