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64-bit to 32-bit fallback

I have migrated my DB2 instance on AIX to 64-bit. I now have a need to
fallback to 32-bit. The db2iupdt command does not seem to allow me to
do that. Why is that? How can I make that happen?

Nov 12 '05 #1
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