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    Unanswered: DB2 client

    Hi, I need to deinstall dataserver client 9.7 installed on AIX and install again on a differnt directory. Manual says to run db2_deinstall -a command from the DB2DIR/install directory. Where DB2DIR is the location where the data server client was installed. Is there anything else manually need to be removed before installing again on different directory on the same server ? Thanks in advance.

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    Hi, When I try to issue db2_deinstall -a from the DB2DIR/install directory it say db2_deinstall not found. I isuued as root (the install done as root) but the inst owner is instp1. Could please advise ?

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    in unix when not in path
    ./db2_deinstall ...... or full_path/db2_deinstal...
    is this what you mean ?
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    Thanks , first I drop the instance and then issued the command as per your suggestion and it worked.

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    Hi Guy, Some commands we can just issue (eg db2licm) without './' but others (eg db2_deinstall) you need './' . What is the difference between these please.

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