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Hello,

my db2 V8.1 stopped just without any reason. Now I am wondering where I
con find a log file which explains this behaviour... I cant find
anything in the instance directory.
The database is running on a Linux system

Any help would be appreciated.

Greetings, Jan
Nov 12 '05 #1
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The db2diag.log should be under the instance owner's directory, in
sqllib/db2dump directory. If it's not that way on your system, you may
have to search the whole instance owner's directory structure. But
db2diag.log will be in there somewhere! It tells you what DB2 thinks
happened when it crapped out.

Good Luck!

Mairhtin

Jan Suchanek <ja**********@gmx.de> wrote in news:41********@news.uni-
ulm.de:
Hello,

my db2 V8.1 stopped just without any reason. Now I am wondering where I
con find a log file which explains this behaviour... I cant find
anything in the instance directory.
The database is running on a Linux system

Any help would be appreciated.

Greetings, Jan


Nov 12 '05 #2

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mairhtin o'feannag wrote:
The db2diag.log should be under the instance owner's directory, in
sqllib/db2dump directory. If it's not that way on your system, you may
have to search the whole instance owner's directory structure. But
db2diag.log will be in there somewhere! It tells you what DB2 thinks
happened when it crapped out.


The db2diag.log gets written to whatever path the DBM CFG parameter DIAGPATH
says. If this parameter is not set, then sqllib/db2dump is used as
Mairhtin explained.

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Knut Stolze
Information Integration
IBM Germany / University of Jena
Nov 12 '05 #3

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