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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: SQL6031N Error Error in db2nodes.cfg file at line no "" reason code "".

    Hi,

    I am using "DB2 v8.1.14.292" version of DB2 on windows XP SP2 machine.

    While starting the m/c, I m getting the SQL6031N error:
    Error in db2nodes.cfg file at line no "" reason code "".

    After checking the services my DB2 - DB2-0, DB2 Governor and DB2 JDBC Applet Server : services are not running, in this first n last services are automatic, and an attempt to start the above services also fails.

    My db2nodes.cfg has following entry:
    0 aa-d07295811445 AA-D07295811445 0

    My user is "aa", which is the member of db2admin group.

    Also I have tried to start the m/c by removing 1 entry at a time i.e.
    first with 0 aa-d07295811445 0 and secondly with 0 AA-D07295811445 0. But that is of no result.

    Please suggest ASAP.

    Thanks & Regards
    Amit Kanodia

  2. #2
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    cfg

    have you modified the file before the error occured
    always first stop db2 - modify the cfg file and start db2 again
    it uses the file to stop/start db2 and if modified while running it can not execute the command stop anymore because the cfg file has changed
    reset the file to original value and db2stop - modify - db2start
    is the entry in cfg the real hostname or something else ???
    it should be the real hostname twice or entry from hosts file...
    Best Regards, Guy Przytula
    DB2 UDB LUW certified V6/7/8

  3. #3
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    No I have modified the file only once the error occurred. And also i follow the same protocol to modify the file. stopdb2 - modify - startdb2 . But that is of no use.

    Also I have pasted the contents of db2nodes.cfg and it contains the real host name i.e. "aa" after that some unique no autogenerated. This "aa" is the windows user on my WinXP m/c. This user is also the member of db2admin as well as db2users group.

    I guess that now we can think in some diff. direction.

    Thanks & Regards
    Amit Kanodia

  4. #4
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    cfg

    is the hostname aa-d07295811445
    or d07295811445
    it should only keep the hostname and not the userid.....
    and twice the same entry on the same row .....
    Best Regards, Guy Przytula
    DB2 UDB LUW certified V6/7/8

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