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How to do REORG command on DB2
I want to reorganize(offline) some db2 tables.Also I want to executing runstats command after reorg command.
I have a question.
Do I need to stop db2 database or deactivate or both of them before executing reorg command?
DB2 Integrity Checks and Exception Tables
I am working on planning a migration of a DB2 8.1 database from a horrible IBM encoding to UTF-8 to support further languages etc. I am encountering an issue that I am stuck on.
A few notes on this migration:
After completing the db2move load process, several tables are in a check pending state and require integrity checks. Integrity checks are done via the following:
set integrity for . immediate checked
This works for most tables, however, some tables give an error:
DB21034E The command was processed as an SQL statement because it was not a valid Command Line Processor command. During SQL processing it returned:
SQL3603N Check data processing through the SET INTEGRITY statement has found integrity violation involving a constraint with name "blah.SQL120124110232400". SQLSTATE=23514
The internets tell me that the solution to this issue is to create an exception table based on the actual table and tell the SET INTEGRITY command to send any exceptions to that table (as below):
db2 create table blah_EXCEPTION like blahdb2 SET INTEGRITY FOR blah IMMEDIATE CHECKED FOR EXCEPTION IN blah USE blah_EXCEPTION
NOW, here is the specific issue I am having! The above forces all the rows with issues to the specified exception table. Well that's just super, buuuuuut I can not lose data in this conversion, its simply unacceptable. The internets and IBM has a vague description of sending the violations to the exception tables and then "dealing with the data" that is in the exception table. Unfortunately, I am not clear what this means and I was hoping that some wise individual knows and could help me out and let me know how I can retrieve this data from these tables and place the data in the original/proper table rather than these exception tables.
Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
Monitor SQL statements in DB2
I need to monitor SQL statements issued to DB2 database. I found the following article http://www.dba-db2.com/2010/01/trace-sql-statements-in-db2-database.html and I can to indeed capture SQL statements.
The problem is that prepared SQL statements still hold question marks. It there a way to get the final version of SQL statements?
DB2 version: 10.1.3
AS400 and Remote Commands
On the AS400 I want to remotely execute:
What options are available to me?
update: I want to run a AS400 program from outside of the AS400. I want to execute this command (or similar) from a windows batch, or a linux shell script.
I've found some info on how-to via FTP. Just haven't tried it out and still looking to see if it's the best way to do it.
ansible - Run "command db2 update database manager configuration using svcename db2c_db2inst1" as db2 user
I am setting up ansible to install a DB2 on a linux server. Everything is working except in the last step I need to run:
However, I cannot seem to run that as a unprivileged user (I can run it as db2isnt1 user from cmd line and it works). The task I am using looks like this:
but I get the following error:
What is the "sysproc" for DB2?
I have to search the vulnerability "CVE-2016-8944".However I do not understand the "sysproc".What is like?When does it use?
I referenced link below.
Drop database on DB2 9.5 - SQL1035N The database is currently in use
I've never got this working the first time, but now I can't seem to do i at all.
There is a connection pool somewhere using the database, so trying to drop the database when an application is using the database should give this error. The problem is there are no connection to the database when I issue these commands:
This allways give:
running this command shows no connections/applications
I can even deactivate the database, but still can't drop it.
Anyone got any clues? I'm running the cmd-windows as the local administrator (windows 2008) and this is also the admin for DB2. The connectionpool-user cannot connect during quiesce-state.
Confused about database names and remote locations on AS400
I'm taked with buildig a web service that gets it's data from an old AS400 database server.
I'm trying to connect over nodejs using https://github.com/ibmdb/node-ibm_db and i'm getting this error on most databases.
SQL30061N The database alias or database name "database name here" was not found at the remote node. SQLSTATE=08004
Except from one, that states:An attempt to connect to a host failed due to a missing DB2 Connect product
(that's more or less expected)
I noticed that the last one is the *local database, and the rest have some other remote name.I also noticed that here it's stated that i can only connect to the *local database, but it never explains why http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/resources/systems_i_software_db2_pdf_db2connect.pdf
I'm really confused, all these databases are "local" in the sense they are all hosted in the same physical machine. what does *local mean on a remote location and why i cant connect to the other databases if they are not *local?
DB2 and Linux remote server replication
I'm using DB2 10.5 and SLES 11 SP4.
My Question is, how would I replicate a remote server's db without having to ssh in and manually export/import.
DB2: How to retain backups if automatic backup is enabled
Is there a way to retain the backups or configure the interval when they are deleted?According the manuals it's not possible: "If backup to disk is selected, the automatic backup feature will regularly delete backup images from the directory specified in the automatic database backup configuration. Only the most recent backup image will be available at any given time, regardless of the number of full backups that are specified in the automatic backup policy file."
Sounds strange to me.