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    Unanswered: backup failure

    Dear All,
    When i try to take a online backup i am getting following error"SQL2419N THETARGET DISK "/DB2/SOL/SAPBACKUP BECOME FULL ROW=1"

    Please give the reason.

    Regards,
    K.Manikandan

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    just indicating the filesystem is full
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    Clear disk space and retry teh backup.

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    You are just one goddamn lazy person..... even when you have below mentioned clear cut info specified by db2 info center you still take the pains of coming here and asking.....



    SQL2419N
    The target disk disk has become full.
    Explanation:

    During the processing of a database utility, the target disk became full. The utility has stopped and the target is deleted.
    User Response:

    Ensure enough disk space is available for the utility or direct the target to other media, such as tape.

    On unix-based systems, this disk full condition may be due to exceeding the maximum file size allowed for the current userid. Use the chuser command to update fsize. A reboot may be necessary.

    On non unix-based systems, this disk full condition may be due to exceeding the maximum file size allowed for the operating system. Direct the target to other media, such as tape, or use multiple targets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.ncs
    You are just one goddamn lazy person..... even when you have below mentioned clear cut info specified by db2 info center you still take the pains of coming here and asking.....
    This person doesn't have the time or ability to look things up in the manual, nor can they understand an error message that is obvious even without looking it up.

    Your job may have already been, or may soon be, outsourced to a company who hired such a person who posts here and expects you to do his/her job for them.
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