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Maximum Number of Connections has been removed (JR18223)

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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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