EDM Pool Usage

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COBOL
EDM Pool
IBM DB2
I have a Cobol program which calls another DB2 program which in return executes a procedure. And this call happens more than thousands time...so EDM Pool getting filled up with pages which shuts down the DB2. Can you suggest what needs to be done to minimize the EDM Pool issue.

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  • Meandyou
    I don't think the EDM pool will fill because of executing a procedure. Database descriptors and such go into the EDM pool. oh, DYNAMIC SQL CACHE might be the cause of filling the EDM pool. But DB2 should throw out the oldest SQL if he runs out of room in the pool. I am not sure that this is the root of your trouble.
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