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List of Instances on a machine

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We have windows clients and a DB2 UDB database on an AIX box.

In Windows, if we use the Control Center, add the system, and expand
on the tree, we can see the list of instances on the system and the
list of the databases.

How do I do that using command line from the windows client machine?

Thanks.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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The "db2ilist" command used on the command line lists the instances
created on the wkstn. where the command is issued.
When you add the system and expand the tree with the CC, it is
interfacing with the DAS (that one of the reasons it's there) on the
target system you chose, so it will present all the instances on that
sytem. AFAIK, there is no equivalent command to be issued from a remote
client on the target server that wil do this.
HTH, Pierre.

Zicco Fen wrote:
We have windows clients and a DB2 UDB database on an AIX box.

In Windows, if we use the Control Center, add the system, and expand
on the tree, we can see the list of instances on the system and the
list of the databases.

How do I do that using command line from the windows client machine?

Thanks.


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Pierre Saint-Jacques
IBM DB2 Cerified Solutions Expert - Administration
SES Consultants Inc.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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