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db2pd: "Changing data structure forced command termination"

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db2 8.1 fp13 on Linux for zSeries (64-bit)

Every invocation of db2pd except for the "-version" and "-osinfo"
options gives following message:

=======================================
Database Partition 0 -- Database FOO_DB -- Active
Changing data structure forced command termination.
=======================================

We've also running DB2 on AIX (same db2 level, but 32-bits), which has
no problems with db2pd.
Is anyone aware of any known issues with db2pd specifically for
zSeries and/or 64-bits?

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Jeroen

Jun 6 '07 #1
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Jeroen van den Broek wrote:
db2 8.1 fp13 on Linux for zSeries (64-bit)

Every invocation of db2pd except for the "-version" and "-osinfo"
options gives following message:

=======================================
Database Partition 0 -- Database FOO_DB -- Active
Changing data structure forced command termination.
=======================================

We've also running DB2 on AIX (same db2 level, but 32-bits), which has
no problems with db2pd.
Is anyone aware of any known issues with db2pd specifically for
zSeries and/or 64-bits?
I was looking for an explanation my self the other day. For me db2pd
works on most systems, but fails on one. I thought it had something to
do with HADR, but it might be that it is doing more work. Anyhow, here
is a link I found:

http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview...id=swg1JR24668

/Lennart

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Jeroen
Jun 6 '07 #2

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On Jun 6, 1:23 pm, Jeroen van den Broek
<nlt...@baasbovenbaas.demon.nlwrote:
db2 8.1 fp13 on Linux for zSeries (64-bit)

Every invocation of db2pd except for the "-version" and "-osinfo"
options gives following message:

=======================================
Database Partition 0 -- Database FOO_DB -- Active
Changing data structure forced command termination.
=======================================

We've also running DB2 on AIX (same db2 level, but 32-bits), which has
no problems with db2pd.
Is anyone aware of any known issues with db2pd specifically for
zSeries and/or 64-bits?
Additional OS-info:
SLES8 (2.4 kernel)
zVM 5.2

--
Jeroen
Jun 6 '07 #3

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Lennart wrote:
[...]
http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview...id=swg1JR24668
Ooops, it does not apply for AIX:

"
"db2pd users on DB2 on non AIX platforms such as Windows, Linux.
"Problem first introduced at V8 FP13
"

Sorry

/Lennart
Jun 6 '07 #4

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On Jun 6, 1:30 pm, Lennart <erik.lennart.jons...@gmail.comwrote:
Jeroen van den Broek wrote:
db2 8.1 fp13 on Linux for zSeries (64-bit)
Every invocation of db2pd except for the "-version" and "-osinfo"
options gives following message:
=======================================
Database Partition 0 -- Database FOO_DB -- Active
Changing data structure forced command termination.
=======================================
We've also running DB2 on AIX (same db2 level, but 32-bits), which has
no problems with db2pd.
Is anyone aware of any known issues with db2pd specifically for
zSeries and/or 64-bits?

I was looking for an explanation my self the other day. For me db2pd
works on most systems, but fails on one. I thought it had something to
do with HADR, but it might be that it is doing more work. Anyhow, here
is a link I found:

http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview...id=swg1JR24668

/Lennart
Thank you, sir!
This should be the one I'm hitting, as I am fairly sure we didn't have
db2pd problems before upgrading to fp13 a couple of weeks ago.
Looks like I've to upgrade soon again to fp14 or fp15.

Thanks again, Lennart.

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Jeroen

Jun 6 '07 #5

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On Jun 6, 1:34 pm, Lennart <erik.lennart.jons...@gmail.comwrote:
Lennart wrote:

[...]
http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview...id=swg1JR24668

Ooops, it does not apply for AIX:

"
"db2pd users on DB2 on non AIX platforms such as Windows, Linux.
"Problem first introduced at V8 FP13
"

Sorry

/Lennart
Nothing to be sorry for.
Our AIX servers are OK w.r.t. db2pd, it's the zLinux boxes that have
problems ...
Also, we didn't have problems before FP13, so this seems a perfect
fit.

Regards,

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Jeroen

Jun 6 '07 #6

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