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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: How to get the DB2 instance names on a Solaris Host

    Hi,
    On a Solaris host, I want to list all the DB2 instances running.
    Given that all the DB2 instances may be installed in different directories.
    there is no single configuration file (like oratab) to get information about all the DB2 instances installed or running on the host.

    I would like to have CLIs or APIs to get this info.

    Thanks,
    -Vikrant

  2. #2
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    Re: How to get the DB2 instance names on a Solaris Host

    Originally posted by vikrantl
    Hi,
    On a Solaris host, I want to list all the DB2 instances running.
    Given that all the DB2 instances may be installed in different directories.
    there is no single configuration file (like oratab) to get information about all the DB2 instances installed or running on the host.

    I would like to have CLIs or APIs to get this info.

    Thanks,
    -Vikrant
    db2ilist

    This command returns a list of defined instances.
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    "It does not work" is not a valid problem statement.

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