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How can I force DB2 to advance to next logical log?

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aj
DB2 v8 FP5
Red Hat AS/EL 2.1

For disaster recovery purposes (I'm in FL), I am utilizing a custom
DB2 userexit to FTP logical logs to an alternate site in prep for a
potential restore and roll forward.

I am a former Informix DBA, and in Informix I could issue an
"onmode -l" (thats an "el") command to force the database to the
next logical log.

Is there such a command in DB2? How do I force DB2 to complete
the current logical log and go on to the next one?

Any help appreciated.

aj

Nov 12 '05 #1
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I think a "db2 archive log for database db_name.." could resolve your
problem
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DB2 v8 FP5
Red Hat AS/EL 2.1

For disaster recovery purposes (I'm in FL), I am utilizing a custom
DB2 userexit to FTP logical logs to an alternate site in prep for a
potential restore and roll forward.

I am a former Informix DBA, and in Informix I could issue an
"onmode -l" (thats an "el") command to force the database to the
next logical log.

Is there such a command in DB2? How do I force DB2 to complete
the current logical log and go on to the next one?

Any help appreciated.

aj

Nov 12 '05 #2

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