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sat
Hi All,

Actually i was facing a very strange problem...

Can anyone let me know how can we compare the ids which i get from
"ps" and from "db2 list applications"...

Help me out regarding this...
Thanks in Advance,
Sat.

Jul 27 '07 #1
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Snapshot will give you that information.

db2 get snapshot for application agentid <appl_handle| grep -i
'process id'

The process id you get from the result is the pid.

On Jul 27, 1:23 pm, sat <vijji.em...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi All,

Actually i was facing a very strange problem...

Can anyone let me know how can we compare the ids which i get from
"ps" and from "db2 list applications"...

Help me out regarding this...

Thanks in Advance,
Sat.

Jul 28 '07 #2

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You can also use "db2pd -agents" to get the link from application
handle to PID of the processes.
It should be cheaper (and faster)

If you use DPF just add "-alldbpart"

What you don't get with db2pd is the link of the subsection to the PID
On Jul 27, 10:23 pm, sat <vijji.em...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi All,

Actually i was facing a very strange problem...

Can anyone let me know how can we compare the ids which i get from
"ps" and from "db2 list applications"...

Help me out regarding this...

Thanks in Advance,
Sat.

Jul 30 '07 #3

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