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SQL1091C The release number of the database is not valid. SQLSTATE=08004

Please, can you help me about this error:

SQL1091C The release number of the database is not valid.
SQLSTATE=08004

I connect to a db Version: 7, Release: 1 whit a database manager
Version: 7, Release: 2

Jan 9 '07 #1
6 8337
Did you look up the error message?
db2 "? SQL1091"

It looks like your 7.1 database needs to be migrated to the 7.2 level
before you can use it from the 7.2 software.

Version 7.x went out of service at the end of March, 2004. Version 9 is
the current version. You might consider upgrading to V8 and migrating
your databases before you loose the capability to migrate to a currently
supported version.

Phil Sherman
Mikeland wrote:
Please, can you help me about this error:

SQL1091C The release number of the database is not valid.
SQLSTATE=08004

I connect to a db Version: 7, Release: 1 whit a database manager
Version: 7, Release: 2
Jan 9 '07 #2
Thanks a lot,
and, exist a tool with which i migrate a backup image db 7.1 in version
7.2 or this backup image is unusable?
If not, which is the procedure/software that i have use for upgrading
to V8 and migrating a database?

Mikeland

Phil Sherman ha scritto:
Did you look up the error message?
db2 "? SQL1091"

It looks like your 7.1 database needs to be migrated to the 7.2 level
before you can use it from the 7.2 software.

Version 7.x went out of service at the end of March, 2004. Version 9 is
the current version. You might consider upgrading to V8 and migrating
your databases before you loose the capability to migrate to a currently
supported version.

Phil Sherman
Mikeland wrote:
Please, can you help me about this error:

SQL1091C The release number of the database is not valid.
SQLSTATE=08004

I connect to a db Version: 7, Release: 1 whit a database manager
Version: 7, Release: 2
Jan 10 '07 #3
The fixpak that makes the change from 7.1 to 7.2 installation
instructions explain how to migrate the database to the new level. In
version 8 this involves running the "migrate database" command; I don't
recall if this is what was done in V7.

All upgrades I can recall have always performed an automatic upgrade
during a restore of a backup. Assuming this works, you would just need
to restore your 7.1 backup on the 7.2 system.

Migrating to V8 involves the same steps. You need to review the
migration process in the: "Quick Beginnings for DB2 Servers" manual.

Phil Sherman
Mikeland wrote:
Thanks a lot,
and, exist a tool with which i migrate a backup image db 7.1 in version
7.2 or this backup image is unusable?
If not, which is the procedure/software that i have use for upgrading
to V8 and migrating a database?

Mikeland

Phil Sherman ha scritto:
>Did you look up the error message?
db2 "? SQL1091"

It looks like your 7.1 database needs to be migrated to the 7.2 level
before you can use it from the 7.2 software.

Version 7.x went out of service at the end of March, 2004. Version 9 is
the current version. You might consider upgrading to V8 and migrating
your databases before you loose the capability to migrate to a currently
supported version.

Phil Sherman
Mikeland wrote:
>>Please, can you help me about this error:

SQL1091C The release number of the database is not valid.
SQLSTATE=08004

I connect to a db Version: 7, Release: 1 whit a database manager
Version: 7, Release: 2
Jan 10 '07 #4
In article <iS******************@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com >,
ps******@ameritech.net says...
The fixpak that makes the change from 7.1 to 7.2 installation
instructions explain how to migrate the database to the new level. In
version 8 this involves running the "migrate database" command; I don't
recall if this is what was done in V7.
If I do remember well the db2updv7 command needs to be runned against
each database.
Jan 10 '07 #5
Thank you for reply, but a command db2updv7 return this error:

C:\PROGRA~1\SQLLIB\BIN>db2updv7 -d domzte

Connect to database 'domzte' failed with sqlcode = -1091.
DB2UPDV7 processing failed for database 'domzte'.
Gert van der Kooij ha scritto:
In article <iS******************@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com >,
ps******@ameritech.net says...
The fixpak that makes the change from 7.1 to 7.2 installation
instructions explain how to migrate the database to the new level. In
version 8 this involves running the "migrate database" command; I don't
recall if this is what was done in V7.

If I do remember well the db2updv7 command needs to be runned against
each database.
Jan 11 '07 #6
Yeahhh,
i resolve the error!! I install a fixpack 14 of db2 7.2 and is all
right!
For download file, go to:
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data...7.html#WINDOWS

Thanks & Bye
Mike
Phil Sherman ha scritto:
The fixpak that makes the change from 7.1 to 7.2 installation
instructions explain how to migrate the database to the new level. In
version 8 this involves running the "migrate database" command; I don't
recall if this is what was done in V7.

All upgrades I can recall have always performed an automatic upgrade
during a restore of a backup. Assuming this works, you would just need
to restore your 7.1 backup on the 7.2 system.

Migrating to V8 involves the same steps. You need to review the
migration process in the: "Quick Beginnings for DB2 Servers" manual.

Phil Sherman
Mikeland wrote:
Thanks a lot,
and, exist a tool with which i migrate a backup image db 7.1 in version
7.2 or this backup image is unusable?
If not, which is the procedure/software that i have use for upgrading
to V8 and migrating a database?

Mikeland

Phil Sherman ha scritto:
Did you look up the error message?
db2 "? SQL1091"

It looks like your 7.1 database needs to be migrated to the 7.2 level
before you can use it from the 7.2 software.

Version 7.x went out of service at the end of March, 2004. Version 9 is
the current version. You might consider upgrading to V8 and migrating
your databases before you loose the capability to migrate to a currently
supported version.

Phil Sherman
Mikeland wrote:
Please, can you help me about this error:

SQL1091C The release number of the database is not valid.
SQLSTATE=08004

I connect to a db Version: 7, Release: 1 whit a database manager
Version: 7, Release: 2
Jan 12 '07 #7

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