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    Unanswered: Are these permissions 777 ok for these files?

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    Last edited by StellaZhang; 09-10-15 at 00:25.

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    i presume db2 v10.5
    is the dasdmin user still being used ?
    das is for admin server = deprecated .. only used with old clients/tools like controlcenter..
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    Yep, we've ditched the das on 10.5
    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by tafster View Post
    Yep, we've ditched the das on 10.5
    Thanks guys.

    - so is it safe to remove the das directory itself?

    Stella
    Last edited by StellaZhang; 09-10-15 at 00:25.

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    If you want to get rid of the das then run dasdrop. No idea about that file but has 666 perms on our install
    Andy

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    thanks, I understand that das will be deprecated but this is db2 V10.5 AESE partition database (DPF). during the database setup via db2setup command, from the GUI, it required das user to proceed to the next step, that is why they used the DAS. This is default setup follow DB2 GUI installation.

    If you are saying the 10.5 AESE DPF database is not required DAS then please provide us the exact step to remove das?

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    DAS is already deprecated. Not running DPF so can't comment on that but from what I read DAS was no longer required across everything on 10.5. look up dasdrop in the Knowledgecenter
    Andy

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    Best Regards, Guy Przytula
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