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  1. #1
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    Arrow Unanswered: Administration server - start problem

    OS: AIX 5.1.0.0
    DB2: V7.2

    Hi:

    Our AIX team installed the DB2 UDB code but now when I try to start the administration instance I get this error:

    SQL1652N File I/O error occurred.

    The error description tells me that file permission or disk full. But I can't think of any problem at our end, unless I am missing something.

    Any help?

    dollar

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    Re: Administration server - start problem

    I think I had this problem once ... The home directory of the instance was owned by root ... Changing the home direcotory owner solved the problem ...

    Look at the db2diag.log ....

    HTH

    Sathyaram

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    I believe that the DB2 Admin Server (if not automatically started) must be started by the DB2 Admin Server Userid created at installation time. As mentioned above, you can change this by modifying the file owner or permissions. It’s usually preferable to have the Admin Server auto-started.

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    Re: Administration server - start problem

    well, the home directory is owned by admin server user and I am restarting the instance using the owner id....makes me wonder why...

    dollar

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    Yes, I was a little puzzled by that as well, but I got over it when I figured out how to auto-start the Admin Server.

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    Thats what I am trying to figure out with our server department.

    thanks

    dollar

    Originally posted by Marcus_A
    Yes, I was a little puzzled by that as well, but I got over it when I figured out how to auto-start the Admin Server.

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    Re: Administration server - start problem

    You need to have write permission to the sqllib for the instance.
    If the instance does not have such a permission, db2 is unable to append to the log file.
    Check db2diag.log

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