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DB2mscs command

Hi everyone,

I am setting up the windows 2003 clustering service for DB2.
I tried to use the db2mscs command to move the DB2 instance to MSCS Control.

However, I got the following error:
"DB21534E An error occurred during addition of MSCS node to the DB2 instance, rc=DBI1913"

Hence, my question is what are the possible problems?
If it is rights issues, may I know where should I change the permissions?

Thanks a lot and time.

Regards
Roger
Sep 3 '07 #1
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First, you need to be signed on to the Node as an administrator. IE If User is DB2ADMIN add to Administrator Group.

Then, I need to see what you defined for the MSCS.CFG file and what command you used to invoke it:

db2mscs -f db2Amscs.cfg.

If you installed Db2 you have what drives and how are the configured for how many clusters?

In a 2 Cluster system, it should be setup as such by a Windows Admin first.
We use a two cluster system with c and d drives on each node and a shared raid with a quarum drive and two mapped virtual drives giving each C,D, F Node1 c,d,g node 2 with quorum on h:

You install db2, then you drop and create an instance for each node DB2A Node 1, db2B noted 2, each etc\services has entries for all three instances db2cDB2 50000
db2iDB2 50001
db2cDB2A 50010
db2iDB2A 50011
db2cDB2B 50012
db2iDB2B 50013

and there is a little more, but I just wanted to make sure we were on the same page.
Sep 19 '07 #2

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