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Invalid cfg for DAS tools catalog (or maybe db2fm)?

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aj
DB2 LUW 8.2 FP14 Red Hat AS 2.1

Help gurus:

I'm seeing this in my db2diag.log:

2007-08-28-15.57.58.858627-240 E8785115G359 LEVEL: Warning (OS)
PID : 18117 TID : 8194 PROC : db2dasstm
INSTANCE: md NODE : 000
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, oper system services, sqloqualifydir, probe:30
CALLED : OS, -, unspecified_system_function OSERR: ENOENT (2)
DATA #1 : File name, 15 bytes
/home/oltp/oltp

Its harmless, but irritating.

"oltp" refers to an instance that is no longer there.

"db2dasstm" is the DB2 Admin Server tools DB manager process. This
process stores info in and retrieves info from the tools database, if it
has been set up on the DB2 server.

So what I think is happening is: DAS configuration parameters related
to the DB2 tools catalog db cfg are incorrect, referring to a
nonexistent /home/oltp dir. Or maybe my db2fm is somehow confused?

A `db2 get admin cfg` returns:
<server names changed to protect the innocent>:

Admin Server Configuration
Authentication Type DAS (AUTHENTICATION) =
SERVER_ENCRYPT
DAS Administration Authority Group Name (DASADM_GROUP) = db2as
DAS Discovery Mode (DISCOVER) = SEARCH
Name of the DB2 Server System (DB2SYSTEM) = <SERVER>
Java Development Kit Installation Path DAS (JDK_PATH) = <blah>
Java Development Kit Installation Path DAS (JDK_64_PATH) = <blah>
DAS Code Page (DAS_CODEPAGE) = 0
DAS Territory (DAS_TERRITORY) = 0
Location of Contact List (CONTACT_HOST) =
Execute Expired Tasks (EXEC_EXP_TASK) = NO
Scheduler Mode (SCHED_ENABLE) = OFF
SMTP Server (SMTP_SERVER) = <BLAH>
Tools Catalog Database (TOOLSCAT_DB) =
Tools Catalog Database Instance (TOOLSCAT_INST) =
Tools Catalog Database Schema (TOOLSCAT_SCHEMA) =
Scheduler User ID =

As you can see, my Tools Catalog cfg is empty...

Any ideas?

TIA

aj
Aug 28 '07 #1
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