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Huge db2diag.log file

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Hello,

I am running DB2 version v8.1.3.88 on a Sun v40z server running
RedHat Linux AS 4 kernel version 2.6.9. My problem is that the
db2diag.log file is growing without bounds (I just deleted a 1.7
terabytes file!). I have tried setting the DIAGLEVEL parameter to low
values (even to zero), but that did not solve the problem.

The error that keeps being copied to db2diag.log is the following:

2006-08-10-18.07.34.024682-240 E14166G307 LEVEL: Error (OS)
PID : 10986 TID : 4098743136 PROC : db2pfchr 0
INSTANCE: db2admin NODE : 000
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, oper system services, sqloCSemP, probe:1
CALLED : OS, -, unspecified_system_function OSERR: EINVAL (22)

I would appreciate your help with this problem. Thanks,

Ariel Fuxman

Aug 10 '06 #1
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"ariel" <ar******@gmail.comwrote in message
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Hello,

I am running DB2 version v8.1.3.88 on a Sun v40z server running
RedHat Linux AS 4 kernel version 2.6.9. My problem is that the
db2diag.log file is growing without bounds (I just deleted a 1.7
terabytes file!). I have tried setting the DIAGLEVEL parameter to low
values (even to zero), but that did not solve the problem.

The error that keeps being copied to db2diag.log is the following:

2006-08-10-18.07.34.024682-240 E14166G307 LEVEL: Error (OS)
PID : 10986 TID : 4098743136 PROC : db2pfchr 0
INSTANCE: db2admin NODE : 000
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, oper system services, sqloCSemP, probe:1
CALLED : OS, -, unspecified_system_function OSERR: EINVAL (22)

I would appreciate your help with this problem. Thanks,

Ariel Fuxman
I don't believe that DB2 for Linux is not supported on that chip. Did you
check the DB2 for Linux compatibility webpage?
Aug 11 '06 #2

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I don't believe that DB2 for Linux is not supported on that chip. Did you
check the DB2 for Linux compatibility webpage?
The chip is supported, and DB2 is working fine on that machine. But
for some reason I am still getting this error message in db2diag.log....

Aug 11 '06 #3

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ariel wrote:
I am running DB2 version v8.1.3.88 on a Sun v40z server running
RedHat Linux AS 4 kernel version 2.6.9. My problem is that the
db2diag.log file is growing without bounds (I just deleted a 1.7
terabytes file!). I have tried setting the DIAGLEVEL parameter to low
values (even to zero), but that did not solve the problem.

The error that keeps being copied to db2diag.log is the following:

2006-08-10-18.07.34.024682-240 E14166G307 LEVEL: Error (OS)
PID : 10986 TID : 4098743136 PROC : db2pfchr 0
INSTANCE: db2admin NODE : 000
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, oper system services, sqloCSemP, probe:1
CALLED : OS, -, unspecified_system_function OSERR: EINVAL (22)

I would appreciate your help with this problem. Thanks,
I would recommend calling IBM service for this problem. Further, I would
explain to whoever you get at IBM that "Sun v40z" is an AMD Opteron
processor, not a SPARC processor, otherwise people may get confused and
dismiss it as an unsupported configuration.

(I'm guessing at the chip because you haven't been explicit, and the first
thing that showed up in google for "sun v40z server" was a document
describing a machine based on an AMD Opteron chipset.)
Aug 11 '06 #4

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