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transaction log is full

i am using db2 udb v8.1 , so if parameter retain log records is off ,
i am assuing it use circular logging, in the doc it explains the log
records fill the log files and then overwrite the initial log records
in the initial log file, so if so, why we still have transaction log
is full error complaint? but if the log never clean up, so isn't it
will be problem that i have to keep increase the log file size, log
files numbers? our application only insert one record each time and
auto commit is on , but still has log full error.
Nov 12 '05
20 19001
Hi xixi,

check with snapshot for all applications which application is using your
active log space. Furthermore, check your first active log file.
Possibly you have num_log_span or max_log set?
What is in your db2diag and notify log?

xixi schrieb:
do db get cfg, i have log_retain_stat us=no , user_exit_statu s = off,
logfilsiz = 1024, 15 log primary, 20 file seconday, the disk still
have over 10g space, but i found only 33 files under
\DB2\NODE0000\S QL00002\SQLOGDI R, and i get error 964, why is that?

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