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  1. #1
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    Nov 2002
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    Unanswered: Force logs past current tail lsn

    Hello,
    I need help figuring out what to set so I don't
    get corruption in my database.

    The error is

    Being asked to force logs past the current tail lsn

    I get this after the database have been running for months.
    The last time I restored and deleted a bunch of old records
    but now it is back.

    What should I have for log settings, or could this be
    my software not doing a commit? I am not a DB expert
    by any strech.

    Thanks for the help.

    Rich.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2002
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    Re: Force logs past current tail lsn

    Originally posted by rtomson
    Hello,
    I need help figuring out what to set so I don't
    get corruption in my database.

    The error is

    Being asked to force logs past the current tail lsn

    I get this after the database have been running for months.
    The last time I restored and deleted a bunch of old records
    but now it is back.

    What should I have for log settings, or could this be
    my software not doing a commit? I am not a DB expert
    by any strech.

    Thanks for the help.

    Rich.
    I should have included that the Database is running
    on Solaris and is DB2 version 7.2.4

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