Re: Z/OS DB2 V8 CM Runstats/COLGROUP

Pia Velazco

Re: Z/OS DB2 V8 CM Runstats/COLGROUP
(in response to Dave Nance)
Hi Dave,

We use it in DB2 V8 CM mode and ran into the same S0C4 RC=3B abend. You
might want to look at PK79644.

Best regards,
Pia Velazco

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Dave Nance

answer found: Z/OS DB2 V8 CM Runstats/COLGROUP
Never mind, I should have finished the research I was doing. There is an APAR out there for this issue,
APAR number
PK79644
 
 
Thanks.

 
David Nance
 




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From: Dave Nance <[login to unmask email]>
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Sent: Fri, January 22, 2010 12:09:41 PM
Subject: Z/OS DB2 V8 CM Runstats/COLGROUP


Does anyone know if you have to be in NFM to use the COLGROUP parm on a runstats or if it is possible to run it in CM mode? I continue to read the entire table before failing with a S0C4 reason 3B. Thanks for any help you can provide.
 
Dave Nance




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