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how to add a logical partition on the same computer.

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I have installed db2 9.1 enterprise trail version on Fedora 7(using
all the default settings except creating a partitioned instance), and
got two response files, one of which is db2ese_addpart.rsp. how can I
add another logical partition on the same computer?

Jun 24 '07 #1
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Amber wrote:
I have installed db2 9.1 enterprise trail version on Fedora 7(using
all the default settings except creating a partitioned instance), and
got two response files, one of which is db2ese_addpart.rsp. how can I
add another logical partition on the same computer?
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...c/t0005443.htm
Jan M. Nelken
Jun 24 '07 #2

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On Jun 24, 2:14 pm, "Jan M. Nelken" <Unknown.U...@Invalid.Domain>
wrote:
Amber wrote:
I have installed db2 9.1 enterprise trail version on Fedora 7(using
all the default settings except creating a partitioned instance), and
got two response files, one of which is db2ese_addpart.rsp. how can I
add another logical partition on the same computer?

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...ic/com.ibm.db2....

Jan M. Nelken
What I want is a step by step guide, the documentation does not
explain clearly.

Jun 24 '07 #3

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Amber wrote:
What I want is a step by step guide, the documentation does not
explain clearly.
Quoted link did provide step by step instructions for both Add Partition
Wizard and Command Line way.

Did you opened that link?
Which step you have difficulties with?

Jan M. Nelken
Jun 25 '07 #4

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On Jun 25, 10:08 am, "Jan M. Nelken" <Unknown.U...@Invalid.Domain>
wrote:
Amber wrote:
What I want is a step by step guide, the documentation does not
explain clearly.

Quoted link did provide step by step instructions for both Add Partition
Wizard and Command Line way.

Did you opened that link?
Which step you have difficulties with?

Jan M. Nelken
Of course I did, but this article does not tell any details about
running multiple logical partitions on the same computer. Actully I
don't understand multiple logical partitions very well.
In this kind of configuration, how many instances are actully running
in the same computer?

Jun 25 '07 #5

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Amber wrote:
Of course I did, but this article does not tell any details about
running multiple logical partitions on the same computer. Actully I
don't understand multiple logical partitions very well.
In this kind of configuration, how many instances are actully running
in the same computer?
What I am trying to show is that all your question appears to be
answered by searching online documentation, available at:

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...w/v9/index.jsp
For the last question, does this article clarifies anything?

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...c/c0005940.htm
Jan M. Nelken
Jun 25 '07 #6

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What does logical-port number really mean, how does DB2 use this
number to map to the TIP/IP port where other partitions listen.

Jun 25 '07 #7

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On Jun 25, 11:54 am, Amber <guxiaobo1...@gmail.comwrote:
What does logical-port number really mean, how does DB2 use this
number to map to the TIP/IP port where other partitions listen.
Although they are for version 8, maybe these 2 articles from DevWorks
can help you:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/db.../dm-0403chong/

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/db...e/dm-0601poon/

HTH

--
Jeroen

Jun 25 '07 #8

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Amber wrote:
What does logical-port number really mean, how does DB2 use this
number to map to the TIP/IP port where other partitions listen.
Is this article of any help?

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...c/t0005218.htm
Jan M. Nelken
Jun 25 '07 #9

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http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/db.../dm-0403chong/
>
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/db...e/dm-0601poon/
They are excellent, I'll do some reading and come back if have new
questions, thanks a lot, Jan and Jeroen.

Jun 26 '07 #10

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I don't know about v9, but in v8 the .rhosts file should go into the
instance owners home directory (/home/db2inst1), not in sqllib.
There is a .rhosts file in both the instance home directory and
sqllib, there have the same content:
fedora.contoso.org db2inst1
But it still can't work after I remove the .rhosts file in sqllib .
If that doesn't help, replace your domain name in .rhosts for a '+'-
sign, like described here:http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...x.jsp?topic=/c...
I also try to change .rhosts like this:
+ db2inst1
Still can't work.
Jul 5 '07 #11

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Can you run 'db2_all date' successfully?
No,
[db2inst1@fedora sqllib]$ db2_all date
-bash: /home/db2inst1/sqllib/bin/db2_all: /bin/ksh: bad interpreter:
No such file or directory

Jul 6 '07 #12

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Ian
Amber wrote:
>Can you run 'db2_all date' successfully?
No,
[db2inst1@fedora sqllib]$ db2_all date
-bash: /home/db2inst1/sqllib/bin/db2_all: /bin/ksh: bad interpreter:
No such file or directory
OK, well hopefully this clues you in to your problem. You *must* have
ksh installed on your machine -- either pdksh or the full ksh-93 that's
supplied on SuSE and Ubuntu (and perhaps other distros, too).

Jul 7 '07 #13

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>OK, well hopefully this clues you in to your problem. You *must* have
>ksh installed on your machine -- either pdksh or the full ksh-93 that's
supplied on SuSE and Ubuntu (and perhaps other distros, too).
It works now, thank you all.
Jul 9 '07 #14

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