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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Theoretical question

    I am running DB2 V 7.2 on Winnt 2000.

    I saw that command NET STOP DB2 is equal to DB2STOP.
    Is it possible to customize it so that behavior of
    NET STOP DB2 be equal to DB2STOP FORCE?

    Happy new year,sorry fo my English and thanks for advice!
    Zvonimir

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    Re: Theoretical question

    Try posting this to a Windows NT Forum also ....

    But, just curious, why do you want to use net stop rather than db2stop ...

    Cheers

    Sathyaram

    Originally posted by zkajfez
    I am running DB2 V 7.2 on Winnt 2000.

    I saw that command NET STOP DB2 is equal to DB2STOP.
    Is it possible to customize it so that behavior of
    NET STOP DB2 be equal to DB2STOP FORCE?

    Happy new year,sorry fo my English and thanks for advice!
    Zvonimir

  3. #3
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    My collegues want it,they don't know DB2 and know WIN2000.
    When they try to stop instance,they do it through Control Panel.
    If it cannot be stop because of active connections,they
    a) call me or
    b) restart server

    So I would like "customize" net stop DB2.

    Thanks

  4. #4
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    Just a suggestion ...

    Why not prepare a document detailing how to go about stopping and starting an instance and how to test whether the task has been completed successfully ...

    Cheers

    Sathyaram

    Originally posted by zkajfez
    My collegues want it,they don't know DB2 and know WIN2000.
    When they try to stop instance,they do it through Control Panel.
    If it cannot be stop because of active connections,they
    a) call me or
    b) restart server

    So I would like "customize" net stop DB2.

    Thanks

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