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Maximum Number of Connections has been removed (JR18223)

Hello,

The 'maxconn' has been removed according to IBM documentation APAR JR18223.
The question is how can the 'maxconn' be configured and what is the default
value? Is there a corresponding configuration parameter on the DB2 Server?

- PI
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Philipp Ineichen
www.skagitsystems.ch
Oct 12 '06 #1
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Ian
Philipp Ineichen wrote:
Hello,

The 'maxconn' has been removed according to IBM documentation APAR JR18223.
The question is how can the 'maxconn' be configured and what is the default
value? Is there a corresponding configuration parameter on the DB2 Server?
This is a documentation APAR - just updating the documentation to fix
something that was changed in V8.

I believe the default is 0 -- meaning that a client app can make as many
CLI connections as it wants, limited only by system resources (i.e.
memory).
On the server, you control the number of connections to a database using
the MAXAPPLS database configuration parameter. There are some related
instance-level parameters (max_coordagents,max_connections...) as well.
Oct 12 '06 #2

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