Re: Very new to DB2
TID means "thread id", the id number of the execution thread that caused a log record. I guess it only has meaning in Windows.
Originally posted by nfl-fans.com
I apologize if this seems like a stupid question, but I need some help. First off, what is a Probe ID? I have searched the internet and cannot find a list of "Probe ID errors" any help? Also, what is a TID? Again, I have searched everywhere and cannot find anything. I have seen this error in DB2Diag:
2003-11-12-08.58.22.038000 InstanceB2 Node:000
PID:1780(db2syscs.exe) TID:2064 Appid:none
base_sys_utilities sqleiagt_cb Probe:51
e809 0000 è ..
What is probe:51?
Any assistance is greatly appreciated, thanks.
Probe number determines location in the function source where the error happened. It's intended for IBM support personnel and totally useless without the db2 source code.
All of this is explained in the problem determination tutorial; there's a link to it in the "Useful DB2 Stuff" thread.
"It does not work" is not a valid problem statement.