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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Can anyone identify this process?

    We migrated out databases from DB2 on Windows V9.1 to V9.5

    We intentionally did not move one userID because it belonged to the former DBA.

    However, even though we did not move the user, still seeing his ID assosiated with several databases and if you look at the activity monitor, you see this application running associated with his ID:

    db2evml_DB2DETAILAREA

    Does anyone know what this is?? could like to drop his ID but I can't because db2evml_DB2DETAILAREA is running and when you try and force it,,, it just hangs...

  2. #2
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    I think it is some type of system event monitor. Do a "select * from syscat.eventmonitors" and see what you get.

    Andy

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    I get:
    EVMONNAME=DB2DETAILDEAKLOCK
    Owner: ispmf10
    Ownetype = u
    Target type = F
    Target= db2detaildeadlock

    not sure what to make of it.. just want to get rid of it!!!

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    I think it is something that has to be there. I think it is something that you can now see under v9.5. I would not try to get rid of it. If you are that concerned, open a PMR to find out exactly what it is (and post your findings).

    Andy

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    PMR? I don't know what that is...

  6. #6
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    It stands for Problem Management Record, one of IBM's acronyms. In other words, as IBM support.

    Andy

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