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Strange message in db2diag.log

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I have systems both on Windows and AIX. With DB2 ESE v8.1 fixpack 6a. On all
of these I get this message in the db2diag.log:

2005-08-18-03.20.09.609000+120 I3571H188 LEVEL: Error
PID : 5832 TID : 4184
FUNCTION: DB2 Tools, DB2 administration server, transmitRunCmdMessage,
probe:30

It says there is an error, but I am not able to figure out what it might be.
Every time a scheduled job in the Task Center is run this message appears,
but the jobs runs without other errors as far as I can see.

Is this something serious or what ? Anyone has seen this before and know
what it is ?

Regards
Odd Bjørn Andersen
ErgoGroup AS, Oslo, Norway

Nov 12 '05 #1
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Is there more to the message that you may have accidentally truncated?
I would expect the above to be followed by a hex-dumped error code.

Regards,
- Steve P.
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Steve Pearson
DB2 UDB for LUW Development, Portland, OR, USA

Nov 12 '05 #2

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No, that's all there is in the db2diag.log.

Here is an example from last night:
2005-08-22-00.25.11.921000+120 I2H188 LEVEL: Error
PID : 3060 TID : 4792
FUNCTION: DB2 Tools, DB2 administration server, transmitRunCmdMessage,
probe:30

2005-08-22-00.30.07.609000+120 I192H188 LEVEL: Error
PID : 3908 TID : 5964
FUNCTION: DB2 Tools, DB2 administration server, transmitRunCmdMessage,
probe:30

2005-08-22-00.35.07.750000+120 I382H188 LEVEL: Error
PID : 392 TID : 5280
FUNCTION: DB2 Tools, DB2 administration server, transmitRunCmdMessage,
probe:30

There are different jobs scheduled to run at these hours.

Regards
Odd Bjørn

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Is there more to the message that you may have accidentally truncated?
I would expect the above to be followed by a hex-dumped error code.

Regards,
- Steve P.
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Steve Pearson
DB2 UDB for LUW Development, Portland, OR, USA

Nov 12 '05 #3

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