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Interrupt Port

Hi Guys,

Could some one share with me some information on the Interrupt port
being used in DB2. Whats the significance of this port in both EE and
EEE environments.

Nov 26 '06 #1
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db2_d_b_a wrote:
Hi Guys,

Could some one share with me some information on the Interrupt port
being used in DB2. Whats the significance of this port in both EE and
EEE environments.
The interrupt port has not been actually used in a number of releases.
Where are you seeing this?
Nov 26 '06 #2

Darin McBride wrote:
db2_d_b_a wrote:
Hi Guys,

Could some one share with me some information on the Interrupt port
being used in DB2. Whats the significance of this port in both EE and
EEE environments.

The interrupt port has not been actually used in a number of releases.
Where are you seeing this?
We are using db2 v 8.1 over linux and AIX in our environments. And most
of them have this port mentioned in the /etc/services (50001). Apart
from the usual TCP IP conection ports.
Is this something thats outdated one .. I am just trying to figure out,
why exactly or where exactly these ports are made use of .

Nov 27 '06 #3
db2_d_b_a wrote:
>
Darin McBride wrote:
>db2_d_b_a wrote:
Hi Guys,

Could some one share with me some information on the Interrupt port
being used in DB2. Whats the significance of this port in both EE and
EEE environments.

The interrupt port has not been actually used in a number of releases.
Where are you seeing this?

We are using db2 v 8.1 over linux and AIX in our environments. And most
I thought that the installer stopped creating these in v8. Perhaps you
created it manually, based on the v8 docs (which should also be cleaned up
by now)?
of them have this port mentioned in the /etc/services (50001). Apart
from the usual TCP IP conection ports.
Is this something thats outdated one .. I am just trying to figure out,
why exactly or where exactly these ports are made use of .
Yes, it's outdated. You needed it when talking to a v5 server, but I'm
pretty sure the v6 and later servers don't use it.
Nov 27 '06 #4


Darin McBride wrote:
db2_d_b_a wrote:

>>Darin McBride wrote:
>>>db2_d_b_a wrote:
Hi Guys,

Could some one share with me some information on the Interrupt port
being used in DB2. Whats the significance of this port in both EE and
EEE environments.

The interrupt port has not been actually used in a number of releases.
Where are you seeing this?

We are using db2 v 8.1 over linux and AIX in our environments. And most


I thought that the installer stopped creating these in v8. Perhaps you
created it manually, based on the v8 docs (which should also be cleaned up
by now)?
Or perhaps they were created during a V7 install and remained there when
the server was migrated to V8?
>
>>of them have this port mentioned in the /etc/services (50001). Apart
from the usual TCP IP conection ports.
Is this something thats outdated one .. I am just trying to figure out,
why exactly or where exactly these ports are made use of .


Yes, it's outdated. You needed it when talking to a v5 server, but I'm
pretty sure the v6 and later servers don't use it.
Larry Edelstein
Nov 27 '06 #5
Thank you all for your valuable inputs on this .. So i understand this
port is no longer mandatory for the db2 installations.

Larry wrote:
Darin McBride wrote:
db2_d_b_a wrote:

>Darin McBride wrote:

db2_d_b_a wrote:
Hi Guys,

Could some one share with me some information on the Interrupt port
being used in DB2. Whats the significance of this port in both EE and
EEE environments.

The interrupt port has not been actually used in a number of releases.
Where are you seeing this?

We are using db2 v 8.1 over linux and AIX in our environments. And most

I thought that the installer stopped creating these in v8. Perhaps you
created it manually, based on the v8 docs (which should also be cleaned up
by now)?
Or perhaps they were created during a V7 install and remained there when
the server was migrated to V8?
>of them have this port mentioned in the /etc/services (50001). Apart
from the usual TCP IP conection ports.
Is this something thats outdated one .. I am just trying to figure out,
why exactly or where exactly these ports are made use of .

Yes, it's outdated. You needed it when talking to a v5 server, but I'm
pretty sure the v6 and later servers don't use it.

Larry Edelstein
Nov 27 '06 #6
Larry wrote:
Darin McBride wrote:
>>
I thought that the installer stopped creating these in v8. Perhaps you
created it manually, based on the v8 docs (which should also be cleaned
up by now)?
Or perhaps they were created during a V7 install and remained there when
the server was migrated to V8?
Good point. Thanks!
Nov 27 '06 #7

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