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Errorn in Db2adminstart

/opt/IBM/db2/V9.1_04/das/bin $ db2admin start
DB2ADMIN processing complete, SQLCODE = 4404


and nothing is happening. Why is it,

We are at DB2 9.1 fix pack4

New box Just created to instances and I want use Db2 control center from my work station

catalogging is done. Can acess the existing dbs. But want to create new DB.

(The request cannot be processed unless the DB2 Administration
Server is active.

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Start the DB2 Administration Server by issuing the command
DB2ADMIN START, and reissue the request. )
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I will assume you are on unix/linux since you path has slashes instead of back-slashes. What user are you using to do "db2admin start"?

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yes

Created new db ( as admin myself)
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You did not answer my question. What user are you using to issue the "db2admin start" command?

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You did not answer my question. What user are you using to issue the "db2admin start" command?

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DASUSR1 is user id I am using
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I looked the SQLCODE 4404:


SQL4404N The DB2 Administration Server does not exist.

Explanation:

The DB2 Administration Server was not found on the machine.

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Create the DB2 Administration Server on the machine.

o On Windows operating systems, issue the following command:


db2admin create


o On UNIX platforms, ensure that you have root authority, and
issue the following command from the DB2DIR/instance
directory, where DB2DIR is the installation path of DB2.
<ASName> represents the name of the Administration
Server:


dascrt <ASName>


If you recently applied a FP, did you do the dasupdt command?

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thank you Andy


worked great

Last edited by want_tobe_dba; 05-14-08 at 15:43.
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