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Health Monitor memory problems.

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Hi people,

How can I reduce the amount of memory required to have the health
monitor running. Presently whenever I start it I get endless out of
memory errors in the db2diag.log when strictly speaking there is over
700mb of real memory left available.

It's a most annoying issue as the database will not perform automatic
reorgs without the health monitor running. Automatic runstats still
functions but reorgs just never occur.

Any ideas ? DB2 Express C on Win2k Server 2.5gb mem.

Best regards, Tim

Oct 15 '06 #1
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What do your memory error message look like? Are there particular
memory pools with problems?

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p175 wrote:
Hi people,

How can I reduce the amount of memory required to have the health
monitor running. Presently whenever I start it I get endless out of
memory errors in the db2diag.log when strictly speaking there is over
700mb of real memory left available.

It's a most annoying issue as the database will not perform automatic
reorgs without the health monitor running. Automatic runstats still
functions but reorgs just never occur.

Any ideas ? DB2 Express C on Win2k Server 2.5gb mem.

Best regards, Tim
Oct 16 '06 #2

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