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Almost 4 years ago
The biggest difference between Oracle and DB2 is Oracle have read consistency i.e. readers don't block writers and writers don't block readers. Unfortunately DB2 don't have these feature which makes it unsuitable.
About 4 years ago
Yes. The performance is better. But if you consider TCO you might choose otherwise.

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