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Unanswered: Need to know the time stamp of my backup file to issue restore command
if someone can help me on this:
i have dropped my database XYZ and now cannot issue restore command. I tried "list history all for DB XYZ" but i a getting "database alias name or database name XYZ cannot be found"
What is your DB2 version and OS? What is the file name of the backup image?
I am running DB2 version 7 on WIN2000 and the file name is 010004.001 in a dated folder 20100618.
The timestamp is in the directory name and filename: 2010/06/18 01:00:04.
Thanks Andy. Now if you don't mind looking at my restore command and the message i am getting.
Thanks a lot.
Also I am having problem to recreate the database I dropped in order to get me restore command working.
Do you have any idea?
It's a device problem. Check db2diag.log for more information.
I am getting exceeding number of processors in one log file.
Also what it the best practice to recreate the same database you dropped?
I should let you know that I am beginer with DB2...
Sorry, I noticed the attachment were not clear in my previous reply.
Can you cd to D:\Backups and do ls?