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[IBM][CLI DRIVE] SQL1036C Errore di I/O durante l' accesso al
database. SQLSTATE=58030
what is the proble?
what for restore tables?

thanks
Nov 12 '05 #1
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SQL1036C An I/O error occurred while accessing the database.

Explanation:

At least one database file has an I/O error:

o The system cannot open, read from, or write to a database
file.

o The system cannot create the database because an error
occurred while the system was creating a database file or a
directory for the database.

o The system cannot drop the database because an error occurred
while the system was deleting a database file or a directory
for the database.

o The system cannot create the database because an interrupt
was received while the system was creating or deleting a
database file or a directory for the database.

o The system cannot locate the database subdirectory or
database configuration file during connect.

The database cannot be used.

User Response:

If the error occurred during the processing of a database,
resubmit the command. If the error continues, restore the
database from a backup version.

If the error occurred during CREATE DATABASE or DROP DATABASE, a
subsequent CREATE DATABASE or DROP DATABASE command attempts to
erase files and directories left from the unsuccessful CREATE
DATABASE or DROP DATABASE command.

If installing the sample database, drop it and install the
sample database again.

If the error occurred while trying to connect to a database, get
a trace and call IBM support for the possibility of recovering
the database.

sqlcode : -1036

sqlstate : 58030

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