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problem running db2cc, DB2 v.8.2 on AIX

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Hello,

I have problem running the db2cc (Command Center) on AIX. I obtain SQL1224N
error when trying to display some windows of the CC. Eg. I try to create
database - OK, but then I try to watch details of some Bufferpool or
tablespace and obtain this message.. I issue "db2admin start" before running
db2cc.

I am running db2cc on XWindows.

AIX 5L
DB2 Workgroup Unlimited Edition 8.2.1 (newest fixpack)

sincerely Olek
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Did you look up the error message in the manual? you can also use:
db2 ? SQL1224N
from a command window to look at the explanation and potential fixes.

Phil Sherman

Smutny30 wrote:
Hello,

I have problem running the db2cc (Command Center) on AIX. I obtain SQL1224N
error when trying to display some windows of the CC. Eg. I try to create
database - OK, but then I try to watch details of some Bufferpool or
tablespace and obtain this message.. I issue "db2admin start" before running
db2cc.

I am running db2cc on XWindows.

AIX 5L
DB2 Workgroup Unlimited Edition 8.2.1 (newest fixpack)

sincerely Olek


Nov 12 '05 #2

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Uzytkownik "Philip Sherman" <ps******@ameritech.net> napisal w wiadomosci
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Did you look up the error message in the manual? you can also use:
db2 ? SQL1224N
from a command window to look at the explanation and potential fixes.

Phil Sherman

Yes, I did, and, basing on my experience, have no idea what could be wrong.
But should I perform a tuning when I have just installed DB2 with patches
and want to run db2cc to take a look into DB ?

sincerely Olek

Nov 12 '05 #3

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> Yes, I did, and, basing on my experience, have no idea what could be
wrong.
But should I perform a tuning when I have just installed DB2 with patches
and want to run db2cc to take a look into DB ?

sincerely Olek

The install should have created icons on the x-windows desktop for the GUI
programs. If they didn't (or even if they did) it would probably be easier
to install the Administrative Client on Windows and run the Control Center
remotely.

If you really want to do it from AIX, try installing the Administrative
Client on AIX and see if the icons are created. Use the GUI install.
Nov 12 '05 #4

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Użytkownik "Mark A" <no****@nowhere.com> napisał w wiadomości
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Yes, I did, and, basing on my experience, have no idea what could be
wrong.
But should I perform a tuning when I have just installed DB2 with patches
and want to run db2cc to take a look into DB ?

sincerely Olek

The install should have created icons on the x-windows desktop for the GUI
programs. If they didn't (or even if they did) it would probably be easier
to install the Administrative Client on Windows and run the Control Center
remotely.

If you really want to do it from AIX, try installing the Administrative
Client on AIX and see if the icons are created. Use the GUI install.

Hello Mark,

Thank for your answer but it seems to me that it is not corresponding with
the problem I described. I have no problem with installation of db2cc. I am
also able to run it. The problem is that db2 seems to be not enough tuned to
be able to run its basic administration utility.

The Administration client on Windows is really the better idea but currently
not available in my envirinment.

sincerely Olek
Nov 12 '05 #5

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> Hello Mark,

Thank for your answer but it seems to me that it is not corresponding with
the problem I described. I have no problem with installation of db2cc. I
am also able to run it. The problem is that db2 seems to be not enough
tuned to be able to run its basic administration utility.

The Administration client on Windows is really the better idea but
currently not available in my envirinment.

sincerely Olek

I am not sure I know what you mean. Even if db2cc is installed, it must be
set up correctly with environment variables correctly to run under
x-windows. If there is not an icon set up with the install, it makes it
tougher to run without errors. But I am not sure exactly what error you are
getting (I saw the message number, but I expect you to post the full error
description on this forum).

I am not sure how you can use the database if you can't reach it from a
windows client, but I guess that is none of my business.
Nov 12 '05 #6

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Użytkownik "Mark A" <no****@nowhere.com> napisał w wiadomości
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Hello Mark,

Thank for your answer but it seems to me that it is not corresponding
with the problem I described. I have no problem with installation of
db2cc. I am also able to run it. The problem is that db2 seems to be not
enough tuned to be able to run its basic administration utility.

The Administration client on Windows is really the better idea but
currently not available in my envirinment.

sincerely Olek I am not sure I know what you mean. Even if db2cc is installed, it must be
set up correctly with environment variables correctly to run under
x-windows. If there is not an icon set up with the install, it makes it


I just perform

EXPORT DISPLAY=host.with.x:1.0
db2cc &

and it runs with no icons.
tougher to run without errors. But I am not sure exactly what error you
are getting (I saw the message number, but I expect you to post the full
error description on this forum).

I am not sure how you can use the database if you can't reach it from a
windows client, but I guess that is none of my business.


I work mainly with the command line, but sometimes db2cc is helpfull to get
a tip on command.

sincerely Olek
Nov 12 '05 #7

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