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  1. #1
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    Answered: How to validate DB2 PURESCALE feature is not installed on DB2 10.5 FP8

    Hello,

    I am installing DB210.5 FP8 with nohup. and i dont want PURESCALE feature to be installed on our system. on nohup.out PURESCALE information is not captured, did it ignored or it had installed.

    Below is my command.

    nohup /db2/home/server_t/db2_install -b <installation_path> -p SERVER -f NOTSAMP &

    I know that if we execute " ./db2_install -b <installation_path>" manually at the step of PURESCALE feature, if we select "no" PURESCALE will not be installed.
    But i want installation should go from nohup as installation is taking long time.

    1) -f NOTSAMP will ignore PURESCALE feature from my above command ? I think yes. If not please suggest how to.
    2) if Yes please suggest how to validate did PURESCALE not installed.

    Thanks,

  2. Best Answer
    Posted by mark.bb

    "Hello,

    1. Run the following which will not install PURESCALE.
    Code:
    nohup /db2/home/server_t/db2_install -b <installation_path> -p SERVER -n &
    You must add '-y' in 11.1.
    It's better to use db2setup with the corresponding response file since db2_install is deprecated.

    2. Run the following to check if it's installed or not.
    Code:
    /usr/local/bin/db2ls -q -f PURESCALE -b <installation_path>
    This returns 0 if PURESCALE is installed, and non-zero otherwise."


  3. #2
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    Hello,

    1. Run the following which will not install PURESCALE.
    Code:
    nohup /db2/home/server_t/db2_install -b <installation_path> -p SERVER -n &
    You must add '-y' in 11.1.
    It's better to use db2setup with the corresponding response file since db2_install is deprecated.

    2. Run the following to check if it's installed or not.
    Code:
    /usr/local/bin/db2ls -q -f PURESCALE -b <installation_path>
    This returns 0 if PURESCALE is installed, and non-zero otherwise.
    Regards,
    Mark.

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