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Tracing a Application using db2pd

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BAS
Guys,

Assume i have taken the db2pd -locks output and there i have seen
lockesculations
like this
+898 0x42D14020 37 000E28090028A5020000000052 Row .NS W
171 0 0x0000 0x40000000
How do you trace the transaction or the application as we dont have the
application id in this...

Can anyone throw some light on this...

Regards,
Baskar

Dec 7 '06 #1
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The second colum of the db2pd -locks is the transaction handle.

db2pd -transactions -db <dbname| grep -i <tranhandle>

will give you the app id as the second column.


BAS wrote:
Guys,

Assume i have taken the db2pd -locks output and there i have seen
lockesculations
like this
+898 0x42D14020 37 000E28090028A5020000000052 Row .NS W
171 0 0x0000 0x40000000
How do you trace the transaction or the application as we dont have the
application id in this...

Can anyone throw some light on this...

Regards,
Baskar
Dec 14 '06 #2

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