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clientside backup of partioned database

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Hi!

I have DB2 9.1 running on a Linux-server.
The database is partioned into two nodes on this server.

On another Linux-server, acting as application server, I want to initiate
the backup.

When I issue the backup command from the client server, I get a backup of
the controlling node, NODE0000.

How can I take a backup of the NODE0001? On the client side the env-var
DB2NODE=1 is obviously ignored.
db2_all is not available on the client side.

Should NODE0001 somehow be CATALOGed on the client side and then ATTACHed?

Could Call SYSPROC.ADMIN_CMD(Backup...) be used? If so, how do I set the
Node?

IBM ought to enhance the backup command to something like
BACKUP databasename ...
ON ALL NODES EXCEPT (node,....,node)
.....

\dg
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Dan van Ginhoven
Jul 31 '07 #1
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