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4. DB2 sample database in db2inst1 instance in a Express-C edition
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What is DB2?

IBM DB2 is a family of database server products developed by IBM.
These products all support the relational model, but in recent years some
products have been extended to support object-relational features and
non-relational structures, in particular XML.

Historically and unlike other database vendors, IBM produced a
platform-specific DB2 product for each of its major operating systems.
However, in the 1990s IBM changed track and produced a DB2 "common server"
product, designed with a common code base to run on different platforms.

Set of images

This image is part of a set of images to create your DB2 environment:

This is the stack of images:

|   db2-sample   |  <-- Sample database (db2sampl)
|    db2inst1    |  <-- Default instance created (db2inst1:50000)
|  db2-instance  |  <-- Environment to create an instance
|   db2-install  |  <-- DB2 Express-C installed

How to use this image

This image contains a created sample database on a DB2 instance called db2inst1 listening on port 50000.
This image is not created from a Dockerfile.
Instead, it uses a previous image (
) and then creates the sample database (db2sampl).

You can directly use this image by typing:

sudo docker run angoca/db2-sample

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