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DB2 8.2 (FP7 upgrade)

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Jep


I have got major problems after upgrading to 'Stinger'.

The CPU now runs approx. 70% - even when nothing is active.
It is the process 'db2dasstm.exe' that uses the most of it.

On startup of db2cc I got some *226.dll problems. This should relate
to some unicode thing? I run the EN version and used the 'setup /i EN'
when upgrading.

My Task Center gives me a SQL1476N when I try to connect.

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And even better, my local support surgest I uninstall/reinstall DB2.
The same advice I got earlyer this year for other reasons.
Need some help - even a job offer :-)

There must be some other solution??

/Jep
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hello:

One thing to try in an attempt to fix the Task Center is to recreate the
Tools Catalog DB. This possibly will correct part of your problem. However,
a few files on your machine seem to be missing. I am not sure why. This
ultimately may be causing many of your issues. It may be possible to debug
the problem (will need db2trc and the install.log file) however likely the
quickest and perhaps ultimate solution will be to do a complete uninstall
and then a reinstall of FP7. This is the best way to ensure the files are
updated correctly. Note after reinstalling you need to recreate your tools
catalog db.

Do you know if the files that db2cc is complaining about are actually on
your machine somewhere and db2cc just can not locate them?

Michael

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I have got major problems after upgrading to 'Stinger'.

The CPU now runs approx. 70% - even when nothing is active.
It is the process 'db2dasstm.exe' that uses the most of it.

On startup of db2cc I got some *226.dll problems. This should relate
to some unicode thing? I run the EN version and used the 'setup /i EN'
when upgrading.

My Task Center gives me a SQL1476N when I try to connect.

- - - -

And even better, my local support surgest I uninstall/reinstall DB2.
The same advice I got earlyer this year for other reasons.
Need some help - even a job offer :-)

There must be some other solution??

/Jep

Nov 12 '05 #2

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Jep

Thanks, Michael, for your response.
quickest and perhaps ultimate solution will be to do a complete uninstall
and then a reinstall of FP7. This is the best way to ensure the files are
updated correctly. Note after reinstalling you need to recreate your tools
catalog db.
FP7 can't be uninstalled/reinstalled.
It will be the hole DB2 UDB. I'm I right??

I thought this might be the answer. And hate it.
But I'm very shocked, that it is possible to end up here, because of a
FicPack update.

Do you know if the files that db2cc is complaining about are actually on
your machine somewhere and db2cc just can not locate them?

Michael


I checked the server with the Explorer Search function without finding
them, and had a friend send them to me.

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Do you Admins really mean that it is normal procedure having to
totally rebuild a server at the cost of a fixpack. Is this todays
standard level of IBM software.
/Jep

Nov 12 '05 #3

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Hello Jep:

FP7 can't be uninstalled/reinstalled.
It will e the hole DB2 UDB. I'm I right??
This is correct.

I thought this might be the answer. And hate it.
But I'm very shocked, that it is possible to end up here, because of a
FicPack update.
And I fully expected this to be response and I do appreciated your
frustration. This is definitely surprising to me as well. It is not easily
explain what may be happening. Please do keep in mind that my suggestion of
reinstalling/installing may not be the only option. I believe it is just the
fastest solution to correct your issue. However I can understand if that is
not possible to do. In order to track down exactly what the problems are in
the existing installation we would first need to look at the install log
files and db2trc information.

Michael

Thanks, Michael, for your response.
quickest and perhaps ultimate solution will be to do a complete uninstall
and then a reinstall of FP7. This is the best way to ensure the files are
updated correctly. Note after reinstalling you need to recreate your tools
catalog db.
FP7 can't be uninstalled/reinstalled.
It will be the hole DB2 UDB. I'm I right??

I thought this might be the answer. And hate it.
But I'm very shocked, that it is possible to end up here, because of a
FicPack update.

Do you know if the files that db2cc is complaining about are actually on
your machine somewhere and db2cc just can not locate them?

Michael


I checked the server with the Explorer Search function without finding
them, and had a friend send them to me.

- - - -

Do you Admins really mean that it is normal procedure having to
totally rebuild a server at the cost of a fixpack. Is this todays
standard level of IBM software.
/Jep
Nov 12 '05 #4

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Maybe a longshot but ...

I had very similar symptoms with a particular combination
of JDK & Linux version once upon a time.

Maybe check your JDK settings?

just a thought.

Paul.
Nov 12 '05 #5

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