ENDRBA—Define the Ending RBA

The ENDRBA keyword specifies the log relative byte address (RBA) to which the table space is recovered.
The ENDRBA keyword specifies the log relative byte address (RBA) to which the table space is recovered. This keyword is omitted by default. The use of ENDRBA is optional. You can use STARTRBA without ENDRBA. If you include ENDRBA, specify a relative byte address. If you omit ENDRBA, it defaults to the highest RBA in the BSDS for the Db2 subsystem containing the log records.
ENDRBA is not valid with RECOVER INDEX.
This keyword has the following format:
ENDRBA {X'
byte-string
'}
  • X'
    byte-string
    '
    Specifies the RBA as a hexadecimal number preceded by X and enclosed in single quotes. If the RBA of a log record is greater than
    byte-string
    , that record is not used in the recovery.