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    Unanswered: db2gov

    Could some one tell me the very detailed procedure to run db2gov from the very beginning to the end?? Many thanks!

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    db2gov

    Monitors and changes the behavior of applications that run against a database. By default, a daemon is started on every logical node, but the front-end utility can be used to start a single daemon at a specific node to monitor the activity against the database partition at that node.

    Each governor daemon collects statistics about the applications running against a database. It then checks these statistics against the rules that were specified in the governor configuration file that applies to that specific database. The governor then acts according to these rules. For example, a rule may indicate that an application is using too much resource. In this situation, the governor may change the application's priority or force it off the database, according to instructions specified in the governor configuration file.

    For a complete description of this command, see the Administration Guide.
    db2govlg - DB2 Governor Log Query

    Extracts records of specified type from the governor log files (see db2gov - DB2 Governor). The DB2 governor monitors and changes the behavior of applications that run against a database.

    Authorization

    None

    Command Syntax




    >>-db2govlg--log-file----+--------------------+----------------->
    '-nodenum--node-num--'

    >-----+-----------------------+--------------------------------><
    '-rectype--record-type--'






    Command Parameters

    log-file
    The base name of one or more log files that are to be queried.
    nodenum node-num
    Number of the node on which the governor is running.
    rectype record-type
    The type of record that is to be queried. Valid record types are:
    START
    FORCE
    NICE
    ERROR
    WARNING
    READCFG
    STOP
    ACCOUNT


    Hope this information helps.

    Hari Gosangi

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    Talking Thanks all!

    I got more idea at http://dbforums.com/t307570.html.:)
    Thank you, Prashant G Dahalkar.

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