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lock with force

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If you are new to the environment whats the best way to find out the
"id" which is placing a force with lock on a table XYZ for performing
load operation.

Thanks.

Aug 21 '06 #1
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Probably doing a db2 get snapshot for locks on db "dbname".
Regards,

Max
meetalps wrote:
If you are new to the environment whats the best way to find out the
"id" which is placing a force with lock on a table XYZ for performing
load operation.

Thanks.
Aug 22 '06 #2

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db2pd -db dbname -locks

The Maxx wrote:
>Probably doing a db2 get snapshot for locks on db "dbname".

Regards,

Max
>If you are new to the environment whats the best way to find out the
"id" which is placing a force with lock on a table XYZ for performing
load operation.

Thanks.
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Aug 27 '06 #3

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