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access level problem in multiple instance

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Hi,

We have installed DB2 V9.1 Enterprise Server Edition on AIX 5L server side,
at client side, we use DB2 V9.1 Client installed on Windows XP machine. So
users can use SSH or DB2 GUI tools, such as DB2 Command Editor or DB2 Control
Center to connect to the database on the server. Also, we created two
separate instances db2inst1 and db2inst2 on the server. However, it seems
db2inst1 can access any database exists in db2inst2 and vice versa. Same
problem as individual user, each user can connect to both db2inst1 and
db2inst2 database using personal account which theoretically suppose to
access only one instance. Does anyone can tell me how to restrict user access?
Does it a AIX access level thing?

Thanks in advance!
Lan

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Jul 18 '07 #1
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