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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: i have removed the logs and cann't connect to db2. what can i do next?

    i have removed the db2 logs, and cann't connect to database.

    what can i do next?

    thanks for your attention!

  2. #2
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    Re: i have removed the logs and cann't connect to db2. what can i do next?

    Hi shuiyd

    Please, read this post first "Read Me: Must Read before posting".
    You don΄t give information, for example: the OS, your db2 version or what is the error..

    Please send more information.

    Tanks.
    Abek.

  3. #3
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    May 2003
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    restore

    Hi,

    Do you have a good backup copy of your database that you can restore from? If you lose your active logs you will be in deep trouble. Good luck and please provide more details maybe we can help.

    Scott

  4. #4
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    DB2:Version 8.1 fixpack 4
    OS: AIX 5.1

    i have the database backup the last night. but if i restore the last backup, i will lost the data between the backup time and now.

    what can i do to recover the problem and not lost any data.

    thanks a lot!

  5. #5
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    Austin, TX, USA
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    What is the error message?

    Hi,

    Can you please give us the error message in details.

    What I can suggest is you can probably turn off the logging temporarily, take a full backup. Do some dummy transactions like creating a temp table and inserting a few records. Now take a fresh backup and restore this to a diff alais and turn on logging, see if this works, if it does then do the same for the original db.

    This is a wild shot.. lets hope this helps.

    Meanwhile please post the error that you get in the db2diag.log or on your console

    Nitin

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