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    Red face Unanswered: db2top error

    Hi folks,

    got an erorr when entering db2top command

    [ctginst1@WESSSMDB01 dev]$ db2top -d maxdb71
    ioctl(/dev/tty,TIOCGWINSZ)
    Exiting...
    [ctginst1@WESSSMDB01 dev]$

    I googled the error, it looks to be a php error, And i could see it happens in all Linux platforms irrespective of database. (sybase, infromix, db2)

    Please correct me if wrong.

    help me ....

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    which error msg do you get?
    it looks like some terminal error。
    and which terminal tools you used: putty , netterm, secureCRT ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayssathya View Post
    $ db2top -d maxdb71
    This only works on DB2 databases Space: SAP MaxDB | SCN
    Somewhere between " too small" and " too large" lies the size that is just right.
    - Scott Hayes

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    hey fengsun2, thanks for your response, yes i use Putty.

    And i have same db with same version in another environment, but there it works fine.

    any other suggestions plz...

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    hey dr_te_z,

    i could'nt understand your point. Yes face this issue in DB2 only, But the error when googled, said it can happen in any database envi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayssathya View Post
    hey dr_te_z,
    i could'nt understand your point. Yes face this issue in DB2 only, But the error when googled, said it can happen in any database envi.
    Hate to explain a joke...
    It is your database name. maxdb is a database, just like oracle or sybase or postreSQL. And they are at version 7.
    So I could create a db2 database and call it "oracle8i". It would be a funny/confusing name for a db2 database don't you agree?
    Somewhere between " too small" and " too large" lies the size that is just right.
    - Scott Hayes

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