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Odd Diag Log Message on V9 FP2

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Has anyone ever seen this? Is it of concern? It looks odd to me

2007-08-20-21.00.19.762042+000 I1661719251E395 LEVEL: Warning
PID : 9590 TID : 47819418342320PROC : db2agent
(instance) 9
INSTANCE: pbculnx1 NODE : 009
APPHDL : 9-642 APPID: *N9.pbculnx1.070820210008
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, database monitor, sqm_check_user_system_times,
probe:3
DATA #1 : String, 41 bytes
time has gone backwards 0 820000 0 820000

2007-08-20-21.00.19.389086+000 I1661719647E401 LEVEL: Warning
PID : 28197 TID : 47669689881520PROC : db2agent
(instance) 51
INSTANCE: pbculnx1 NODE : 051
APPHDL : 51-161 APPID: *N51.pbculnx1.070820210012
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, database monitor, sqm_check_user_system_times,
probe:5
DATA #1 : String, 45 bytes
recalculated time is incorrect 3 390000 0 0 0

Aug 20 '07 #1
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Hi!

I have the same entries in my db2diag.log
It looks like they appears when there is some "get snapshot" commands
is running.

I got them for example when I'm running db2top.

Looks like it is a db2 for linux 64 bits problem.

Don't now how to get rid of them.

/christofer
Aug 23 '07 #2

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