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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: failed to create SATCTLDB

    Hi,

    I tried to reinstall DB2 v7.1 on a Win2k Server machine without any success. It fails to create the SATCTLDB database. After the intsalation is finished, if I try to start the database manager it tells me that it is already active but when I try to stop it says that no start database manager command was issued. The same happens with the Administration Service. It is really weird.

    I completely uninstalled DB2 before the new installation. I mean, I uninstalled it from the control panel and then I removed the SQLLIB, DB2 and DB2CTLSV directories.

    Did you know anything about what can cause something like that?

    Thank very much!

    Florin.

  2. #2
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    Re: failed to create SATCTLDB

    The next time you try, check for messages in db2diag.log ...
    It is in one of the subdirectories in Program Files\sqllib ..

    Also, check the Installation log in C:\db2log ..

    Cheers

    Sathyaram

    Originally posted by iromosan
    Hi,

    I tried to reinstall DB2 v7.1 on a Win2k Server machine without any success. It fails to create the SATCTLDB database. After the intsalation is finished, if I try to start the database manager it tells me that it is already active but when I try to stop it says that no start database manager command was issued. The same happens with the Administration Service. It is really weird.

    I completely uninstalled DB2 before the new installation. I mean, I uninstalled it from the control panel and then I removed the SQLLIB, DB2 and DB2CTLSV directories.

    Did you know anything about what can cause something like that?

    Thank very much!

    Florin.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2002
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    from my experience i always get this error when i'm not logged on as DB2ADMIN, so what i usually do is logon as db2admin before trying to install the whole thing.

    Hope that helps.

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