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Install DB2 on Linux MC/ServiceGuard Cluster does not work

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Hi,

We are currently installing a DB2 V9 ESE on a Linux server
(RHEL4U4-x86_64). Installation runs successfully on each node. Database
user environment is OK and the instance is well created. To be sure,
we've started the database with db2start => successfull. And then shut
it down again successfully too.

The tricks appears when we switch the hp MC/ServiceGuard (A.11.16 for
Linux) package to the other node... the database does not want to start
up. It fails with that message:

[root@node2 ~]# su db2r01 -c /db2/R01/sqllib/adm/db2start
SQL1092N "DB2R01 " does not have the authority to perform the
requested command.

[That's the manual issued command but the behaviour is identical within
the hp MC/ServiceGuard Control Script]

For information, each node (the cluster is composed with only 2 nodes)
has its own DB2 binaries+userspaces. The instance is named db2r01 and
datafiles are stored in /db2/R01 filesystem. This filesystem is on a SAN
device and presented to all cluster nodes (mounted only on active node).

We will appreciate any help and thank you in advance for your spent time
on that problem!!!

To sum up, is there a very detailed cookbook explaining how install DB2
in a ServiceGuard (for Linux) environment?

Thanks a lot!!

Best regards,
HE
Apr 27 '07 #1
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