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DB2PE with Windows and Linux

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I am having a problem getting DB2PE working. I have DB2PE installed
on a Windows box and am trying to monitor databases on a Linux box. I
getting an error about shared file systems between Windows and Linux.
I have the shared system setup with SAMBA. Is there anything I can do
to get this up and running?

Mar 22 '07 #1
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Ray
On Mar 22, 2:20 pm, Robert.Fagn...@gmail.com wrote:
I am having a problem getting DB2PE working. I have DB2PE installed
on a Windows box and am trying to monitor databases on a Linux box. I
getting an error about shared file systems between Windows and Linux.
I have the shared system setup with SAMBA. Is there anything I can do
to get this up and running?
Define "monitor".

Mar 23 '07 #2

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1. Get rid of your shared file system.
2. Install the UDB client and administration code on your linux box.
3. Use the CATALOG NODE and CATALOG DATABASE commands on the linux
system to construct UDB access to the Windows box.

Phil Sherman
Ro************@gmail.com wrote:
I am having a problem getting DB2PE working. I have DB2PE installed
on a Windows box and am trying to monitor databases on a Linux box. I
getting an error about shared file systems between Windows and Linux.
I have the shared system setup with SAMBA. Is there anything I can do
to get this up and running?
Mar 23 '07 #3

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