UDB List

George Peters

UDB List
Hi.
Doesn anyone recall the exact name of the UDB list, and the command to
subscribe to it? In the meantime here is my question (again).

re DB2 UDB Workgroup Edition for WIN NT (Version 6.1, migration from 5.2).

Am wondering if anyone has encountered a message in WIN NT Event Viewer like
"The library file c:\winnt\system32\db2Perf.dll specified for the
DB2_NT_Performance Service could not be opened".
This happens immediately after upgrade from V5.2 to V6.1
The problem generated by this message is that there are now no DB2-related
objects in the WIN NT Performance Monitor. The monitor cannot be used for
DB2 purposes.
Indeed, there is no such file, and copying the file from \sqllib\bin to that
folder does not help. The Event Viewer message goes away, but the problem
remains: no DB2 objects in NT Perf Monitor.
This feature (Perf Monitor) was working in V5, and V5.2.
A complete uninstall, and re-install of V5, 5.2 and V6 upgrade did not help.
Thanks
George



Philip Gunning

Re: UDB List
(in response to George Peters)
George, Go to http://people.mn.mediaone.net/scottrmcleod and follow the
instructions. Regards, Phil

Philip K. Gunning
DB2 DBA
IBM Certified Solutions Expert -- DB2 UDB
IBM Certified Solutions Expert -- CICS TS
Assoc List Owner

-----Original Message-----
From: George Peters [SMTP:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2000 2:42 PM
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Subject: UDB List

Hi.
Doesn anyone recall the exact name of the UDB list, and the command to
subscribe to it? In the meantime here is my question (again).

re DB2 UDB Workgroup Edition for WIN NT (Version 6.1, migration from 5.2).

Am wondering if anyone has encountered a message in WIN NT Event Viewer
like
"The library file c:\winnt\system32\db2Perf.dll specified for the
DB2_NT_Performance Service could not be opened".
This happens immediately after upgrade from V5.2 to V6.1
The problem generated by this message is that there are now no DB2-related
objects in the WIN NT Performance Monitor. The monitor cannot be used for
DB2 purposes.
Indeed, there is no such file, and copying the file from \sqllib\bin to
that
folder does not help. The Event Viewer message goes away, but the problem
remains: no DB2 objects in NT Perf Monitor.
This feature (Perf Monitor) was working in V5, and V5.2.
A complete uninstall, and re-install of V5, 5.2 and V6 upgrade did not
help.
Thanks
George