Réf. : Broken pages

Denzil Coulter

Réf. : Broken pages
what version of DB2 and OS390 are you?




Canvas Botha <[login to unmask email]>@RYCI.COM> le 04.01.2000 15:35:15

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We have been running our first full business run last night and DB2 let me
down!! I encountered a number of broken pages "00C200FD" on our largest
database. Although it was easy to fix I am concerned about it. Tonight we
will try to isolate the problem. Anybody out there with similar problems?

Canvas


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Canvas Botha

Re: Broken pages
(in response to Denzil Coulter)
Our system is a 5 way sysplex running DB2 V5 on fix level 9908 and OS/390
2.6. All our data is managed by SMS. About a year ago when we upgraded
from V4 to V5 I had similar problem. This one I think was caused by the
Y2K though. Management wanted us to IPL all our machines. OPS did a power-
on/reset on the coupleing facility while we had updating batch jobs running
in the various DB2 members. Very naughty of them. But I would have liked
DB2 to recover correctly from this. We have opened a call with IBM just for
incase.


Canvas

On Tue, 4 Jan 2000 16:35:15 +0200, Canvas Botha <[login to unmask email]> wrote:

>We have been running our first full business run last night and DB2 let me
down!! I encountered a number of broken pages "00C200FD" on our largest
database. Although it was easy to fix I am concerned about it. Tonight we
will try to isolate the problem. Anybody out there with similar problems?
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>Canvas
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