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Unanswered: Thousand of DIA3421W in db2diag.log file
in db2diag.log file there are thousands of message like this:
Why are this messages?
2006-03-22-09.43.16.684992+060 I65562A392 LEVEL: Info
PID : 19261 TID : 2199083220352PROC : db2agent (ISQ) 0
INSTANCE: db2inst1 NODE : 000 DB : ISQ
FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, common communication, sqlcctcpconnr, probe:99
MESSAGE : DIA3421W "TCPIP" protocol support: Environment Variable value
"DB2SORCVBUF" = "65536" is "accepted".
- DB2 ESE on Linux/390 v8.2 fp 10
- DBM CFG parameter "Diagnostic error capture level (DIAGLEVEL)" is set to 4 (default)
DIAGLEVEL of 4 will also capture 'information' level messages as shown in your diagnostic log.
3 is the default.
Check out http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...n/r0000298.htm
so someone has changed this setting to level 4.
I have changed dbm cfg parameter DIAGLEVEL to 3. Messages are still appearing.
I have figured out one application (don't know which) makes 10 "DIA3421W" warnings (it makes 10 connects and disconects inside 1 second) and then after another application connects to db the DUMP is created.
Can some tell me what this warning means? Why does it appears?
Hope you bounced your database after changing the DBM parameter.
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